I worked in the water industry for a while. The biggest waster of water are broken main lines. In just a few hours they could negate a whole city's worth of little water saving tricks. So if you see some water coming out of the ground, get that reported because even a small line off the main will waste a ridiculous amount of water very quickly... and sometimes those things don't get noticed or fixed for months.
so it goes back into the soil and into the water system. its not wasted
well that's depends if the water company is responsible for paying for it or not, if it's on the home owners side they don't give a fuck
where do you think the water goes after being used? it gets treated and put back into the system, so saying your "saving water" by not using it is the biggest load of CRAP ive ever heard
that's if you trust the companies responsible for recycling and disposing of the solid shit legally.If someone's telling you to conserve water there's a good reason ( like droughts). Plus the natural system can get stressed absorbing the excess.
It's very hard to not see the benefits of water conservation especially when people make money off you wasting it
you mean the government we are supposed to put all of our trust in? lol.
and again, unless they have barrels and barrels and barrels to hide away all the water used it makes its way back into the ecosystem, its NOT ACTUALLY WASTED, youd be surprised at how well nature is at purifying waste
Shake hands with stranger outside 7-11 has gential warts, shake hands with my boss who shakes half of 90 employees whom showed up to company meeting, each person roughly has a significant other, and or child, it's already spread so far, the cock/vagina cells
maybe gloves should be offered at bathrooms
most would only need one glove
And they even contribute to Population control!
You can save even more water by not flushing
If it's brown flush it down.