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Watersy is the perfect tool to help you reduce your water consumption and save money

• Calculate your water consumption

• Get recommendations to reduce consumption

• Save money on your water bill

• Help the planet by conserving water

• Easy to use – take our quiz for free

• Discover how you compare against your neighbors

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How does Watersy work?

Receive ongoing savings tips

Watersy will regularly share additional personalized tips on water savings



Review your results

Your results will include a list of personalized suggestions to reduce your water consumption


Take the water consumption quiz

Discover how much water you are using and where you are using it
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Don’t take it from us. Pick up on what other’s have to say

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‍Los Angeles, CA

"Watersy made me aware of my water use and how I could trim down how much water I use at home. Not only am I doing my part to help with the current water shortage in LA, but I am also saving money on my water bill."
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Las Vegas, NV

"Vegas has been hit hard by the current drought. I was able to figure out how I am using water, but I was able to change my usage. The best part is that I get to save money every month."
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Tucson, AZ

"By doing this quiz, I saved money on my water bill. In these times of uncertain inflation, it was a much-needed relief."

Water saving tips and tricks

1. Don't run the hose while washing your car

Soap down your car from a pail of soapy water. Use a hose only to rinse it off.

2. Check your toilet for leaks

Put a few drops of food coloring in your toilet tank. If, without flushing, the coloring begins to appear in the bowl., you have a leak that may be wasting more than 100 gallons of water a day.

3. Put a plastic bottle in your toilet tank

Put an inch or two of sand or pebbles in the bottom of a one liter bottle to weigh it down. Fill the rest of the bottle with water and put it in your toilet tank, safely away from the operating mechanism.

4. Install water-saving shower heads or flow restrictors

Your hardware or plumbing supply store stocks inexpensive shower heads or flow restrictors that will cut your shower flow to about three gallons a minute instead of five to ten. They are easy to install, and your showers will still be cleansing and refreshing.

5. Use your automatic washing machine only for full loads only

Your automatic washer uses 30 to 35 gallons per cycle.

6. Don't water the gutter

Position your sprinklers so that water lands on your lawn or garden, not in areas where it does no good. Also, avoid watering on windy days when much of your water may be carried off to the streets and sidewalks.

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