Household Water Conservation
Out of all the methods for water conservation, household water use is what consumers have the most control over.
There are many water conservation methods that require little effort to incorporate, but produce significant results.
The average person in Pennsylvania uses about 62 gallons of water in their home each day. This fact sheet will help you determine how much water you currently use and the amount of water and money you could save by installing water-conserving devices.
Droughts occur periodically over much of the United States. In Pennsylvania, severe droughts have occurred more frequently over the past two decades.
This fact sheet explains the typical variation of water in wells and gives some hints on estimating groundwater levels near your well and managing your water during drought.
Storing water for an emergency is simple, especially when the water is not contaminated. Here are some guidelines for storing water.
When it comes to conserving water, small adjustments can have a big impact. Here you can sort through nearly 200 water-saving tips, download and print tip posters, or share your favorites on social media.
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - information for residential, industrial, commercial, and Agricultural users