I am a true believer in Mother Nature. She is the god. She is the creator. While the pure water is Elixir and a true natural blessing. Sadly these days not everyone drinks Fresh clean water. Safe drinking water is now a rare commodity and thus on this World Water Day 2018 Livpure takes a #Cuttingpaani Initiative. We definitely have to be mindful of the drinking water and honor our body with the pure cleanest water.
Let’s check 5 Clever Ways to Save Water At Home and Use Every Drop: Livpure #Cuttingpaani Initiative
We often leave some water in a glass or even water bottle. And most of the times we drain the remaining water post quenching our thirst. Have you ever thought about the consequences of this? Draining clean drinking water is the primary causes of water pollution in India.
Become water wise and join the Livpure #CuttingPaani initiative by using only the required amount of water. We Mumbaikars love the cutting chai trend that is quick tea refreshment in just a few sips to refresh our senses. Similarly, let’s make #CuttingPaani pledge a life mantra to save drinking water in Mumbai.
Water Your Garden
The best and a very simple way is to simply pour any leftover water from the glasses into the planters and pots. Quite an easy way to recycle the water right? If you’re avid horticulturists this method can help you keep the terrace garden blooming.
Share With Your Pets
Fill up your pet’s water bowl, Aquariums or Fish Bowls with leftover water. I am sure they won’t mind!
Water Has No Side Effects
Water has no side effects, thus drink all the water that you have in your glass. Plus, it helps you stay hydrated and gives calorie free nutrition. So definitely few extra sips won’t harm and save water.
Store In Container
Always store your leftover water from restaurants, offices, etc in a water bottle to carry & drink it later. In fact, you also keep a bucket in the house to store all leftover water and use it later for household cleaning purposes. This definitely works when you have a party or more family members in a house to save water.
We aren’t talking about the leftover water from just a single glass! But water saved during the party/function at home from leftover water will leave you surprised.
- This water can be effectively used for cleaning floors by adding few drops of disinfectant.
- You can also keep it for your car wash without hosepipe.
- Most households have washing machines in urban areas for laundry. This definitely saves time & effort but consumes more water than doing it manually. Why not simply drain all large amount of leftover water into the washing machine?
- Lastly, you can always Use it in your toilets to flush or clean up your bathroom fixtures and faucet.
We are in an era where farmers are taking extreme measures due to draughts and the poorer sections or even many building complexes in Indian society consider water supply as a privilege. Water wise needs a collective effort but let’s start that with “ME”. Remember every water drop counts, and signing the #CuttingPaani petition can definitely make a world of a difference.
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