8 ways to Green Your Sink
Plug the drain on water waste and outflow of toxins with these eco-smart sink strategies.
Save water at home the easy way. This no-brainer saves an average of 4 gallons of water a minute.
Roughly 14 percent of the water "consumed" in US households is never even used—it just leaks down the drain because of leaky pipes and taps.
The drip, drip, drip of water from leaky pipes can be a significant source of wasted water. Conserve natural resources and save money with these simple leak-sealing strategies.
Stop water, energy, and money from slipping down your drain by installing low-flow aerators on bathroom and kitchen faucets.
Collect water for household use directly from the source and lower your water bills by installing a rain barrel.
Capturing "used" water from sinks and reusing it for landscaping irrigation and flushing toilets can cut back a home's water use by nearly half while posing no health risks.
Clear drains without powerful and toxic chemicals. It's not only easier on your drain, but also on the planet.
Keep medications away from your drain. Pharmaceuticals dumped down the drain often turn up in drinking water supplies.