Every Drop Counts
Taking a bath normally uses about 60 gallons of water, in contrast, taking a five-minute shower only uses up 10 to 25 gallons of water. Every minute, a child dies from water-related disease, such as diarrhea, which causes more than 2,000 people to die everyday. While there is one in nine people worldwide that do not have access to safe water, we should do what we can to save water as much as possible. By shortening your showering time, you can save about 2 gallons water per minute. In addition, you can save more water by changing the shower heads to low-flow. Do what we can do becasue EVERY DROP COUNTS!
(statistics collected from Stanford.edu and Water.org. photo collected from Turlockjournal.com)