The most common leaks are toilet leaks, faucet leaks, showerhead leaks, and outdoor leaks. All leaks should be relatively easy to fix with only a few household tools. The Fix a Leak Week page gives step by step breakdowns in how to detect leaks, how to fix those leaks, and when it is time to consult a professional.
Who knew such a tiny leak could make such a difference in your water usage? Check out their website to learn all about leaks and how to participate in their leak detection contests, and join the cause to save water, save money, and make your living space more efficient.
Also - here's a practical way to remind yourself to check for leaks - why not make a note to check all faucets and sprinklers when we switch to Daylight Savings time (and back again in the fall) - this year Daylight Savings falls on March 14th the first day of "Fix a Leak Week!"
There is so much work to do to heal our planet that it can feel overwhelming to determine where to start. That’s why 7th Generation Advisors launched the Personal Climate Action Center, a new initiative designed to encourage people to take individual action against climate change.
At 7th Generation Advisors we
are diligently working with scientists, policymakers, activists and
clean tech companies to create a clean energy economy for all, to reduce
greenhouse gas emissions, and to protect all living things seven
generations into the future. We care about the future of our planet.
Will you join us?