The bottom line is that saving water means helping out your bottom line.
When you save water in small ways, your water bill decreases, and you can keep that money in your pocket.
Money speaks louder than anything else to most of us, so it’s easy to put water into perspective when we realize that it directly correlates to money.
For example, Credit Loan calculated how much money an average resident of Seattle could save in one year just by doing things like fixing a leaking faucet, switching from baths to showers, and turning off the water when you are brushing your teeth – and it was $300.
An extra $300 a year may not sound like much but it could be a car payment, the cost of a hotel stay on a trip, or part of your Christmas gift stash.
No matter how much, more money is always better, so why not save more water to have more money?
By being water conscious, you are not only helping your country and your world, you are helping your bank account, too.