You could find water-efficient ways to do average household activities, such as when making oatmeal, use just enough water and be sure to not use an excess. (Note, if you use milk, this rule doesn't apply.) Also, if you do have excess, use the boiling water to wash the bacteria off your dishes. Also try to catch rain water around that date to water your plants. Hope this helps, and happy World's Water Day!
I didn't know there was one! Thanks for informing me, but when is it? Do they need water donations for Japan and I wonder how to go about it.
by Christin Sander 8 years ago
How do you get hard boiled eggs to turn out perfectly and be easy to peel?I suspect my eggs may be too fresh, seeing as how they are straight from the coop and only a few days old. I've tried removing from heat and steaming, adding salt to the water and my eggs are still always hard to peel...
by tnvrstar 2 years ago
Can you catch any infection from toilet water splash?Can you get bacteria like h. pylori from toilet water splash?
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