Below you will see a great tips for eco ravamp showering
Some little and big ways that you can make difference about your showering
1. Take shorter showers: Up to 44 gallons of water will go down the drain during a 20 minute shower by using a standard showerhead but you can use less than 18 gallon if you limit your shower to eight minutes by track the minutes with a shower timer like ecosavers shower. Also go easy on the baths by filling a tub can require 70 gallons.
2. Replace your Showerhead: The average family could save up to 2,900 gallons of water annually that can reduce water and energy costs by more than $70 if you swap in a head with eco saving shower head. Some saving water showerhead can perform as effectively as stadard showerheads so you can still have a strong flow.
3. Reconfigure your plumping: A demand pumping system senses when hot water is cold and sends it back to the heater before it reaches the showerhead so the shower is ready to jump into in just 20 second. With a conventional system from 5 up to 10 gallons of water can be wasted as you wait for the flow to warm up.