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Ways to Save Water Indoors • Have all of your faucets, pipes and toilets thoroughly examined for leaks. • Install water saving showerheads and ultra-low-flush toilets. • Take shorter showers; start your water flow when you are ready for your shower not sooner. • Never use your toilet as a wastebasket. Throw away items that although my be safe to flush, do not contain any bacteria or pose immediate health dangers. Even dog droppings should be bagged sealed and deposited in the green waste dispenser outside of your dwelling • Turn off the water while brushing your teeth or shaving. • Defrost frozen food in the refrigerator instead of in a sink full of soon to be discarded pure water. • Adhere to the “When it is yellow,,,,,,,” poetic justification for reducing the total amount of flushing your family accumulates, be reasonable about this but please remember flushing is a huge consumer of water. • Rinse vegetables in a full sink or pan of water. • Fully load your dishwasher and when you have a plate that you just ate chips from, you can refill the same plate, it is your house, your rules, and lets face it if anyone you were sharing with had cooties, they were spread during the initial chip outlay. • Rinse dishes in a full sink or pan of water. • Wash full loads of clothes; an average load of clothes takes forty gallons of water to complete the wash and rinse cycle.
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Tips on how to live and work "Green" in So Cal. Water conservation is the most important commodity on Earth
Pacific Plumbing Company of Santa Ana  (714) 547-6967
Pacific Plumbing Company of Santa Ana 615 E Washington Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92702 (714) 547-6967

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PPCO Now (714) 547-6967
Pacific Plumbing Company of Santa Ana  (714) 547-6967
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Pacific Plumbing Company of Santa Ana  (714) 547-6967
Ways to Save Water Indoors • Have all of your faucets, pipes and toilets thoroughly examined for leaks. • Install water saving showerheads and ultra-low-flush toilets. • Take shorter showers; start your water flow when you are ready for your shower not sooner. • Never use your toilet as a wastebasket. Throw away items that although my be safe to flush, do not contain any bacteria or pose immediate health dangers. Even dog droppings should be bagged sealed and deposited in the green waste dispenser outside of your dwelling • Turn off the water while brushing your teeth or shaving. • Defrost frozen food in the refrigerator instead of in a sink full of soon to be discarded pure water. • Adhere to the “When it is yellow,,,,,,,” poetic justification for reducing the total amount of flushing your family accumulates, be reasonable about this but please remember flushing is a huge consumer of water. • Rinse vegetables in a full sink or pan of water. • Fully load your dishwasher and when you have a plate that you just ate chips from, you can refill the same plate, it is your house, your rules, and lets face it if anyone you were sharing with had cooties, they were spread during the initial chip outlay. • Rinse dishes in a full sink or pan of water. • Wash full loads of clothes; an average load of clothes takes forty gallons of water to complete the wash and rinse cycle.
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Tips on how to live and work "Green" in So Cal. Water conservation is the most important commodity on Earth
Pacific Plumbing Company of Santa Ana 615 E Washington Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92702 (714) 547-6967