There are many ways that homeowners can make changes—or mindfully construct when building anew—in their homes to conserve resources
One of the lowest-lift changes you can make in your household is to replace traditional incandescent light bulbs with energy-efficient ones.
Wastewater from any source—other than toilets—can be recycled for many nonpotable uses. Doing so can cut a household water bill from 30% to 70%.
Many aren’t aware that windows take up 8.6% of energy use in their homes and that poorly installed windows can allow excess cold or heat in, racking up your energy bill.
Low-flow faucets can reduce the water used and the energy required to heat water.
Installing new insulation may cost money in the short term, but it can save an average of 15% annually on heating and cooling bills.
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