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It's important for all Floridians to practice water conservation, and it’s easy to do once you grasp the basics. Understand the importance of watering restrictions, learn about strategic landscaping and make our simple household tips a matter of habit.
When washing your car with a hose, always use a spray nozzle to stop water flow between rinsings
Clean driveways and sidewalks with a broom instead of a hose
Check for leaks in outdoor faucets, pipes and hoses, repairing any leaks promptly
Cover your pool or spa to reduce evaporation
Check for pool/spa leaks, making repairs promptly
Repair leaking faucets and toilets
Install water-saver flush valves in toilets
Install water-saver shower heads
Take short showers
Turn off the water while brushing your teeth or shaving
Wash only full loads in dishwasher and clothes washer
Recycle water rather than pouring it down the drain (For instance, used water from a fish tank is good for watering plants)
Don't flush the toilet just to get rid of trash
Use the garbage disposal sparingly
When you wash dishes by hand, fill up the sink with water and turn off the faucet
Visit the WaterSense and the St. John's River Water Management District for additional conservation tips.