Save Water by repairing the leaking tap NOW!!!

smoothoperator By smoothoperator, 3rd Aug 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Oceans can go dry if we do not save that drop of water.

Drip! Drip! Drip!

Every house has at least one tap that is leaking. It probably is the one that is being utilized most of the time. It is opened and shut so many times that we probably do not have count of it. Like every other thing the tap has wear and tear and is expected to start dripping sooner or later. Does it mean we do not use these taps as many times? What needs to be done?

Simply call the plumber if you can afford one and is within your reach and get it fixed. In case you are a little enterprising you can try your hands on it too. Ensure that you have the right tools before you begin opening the tap. Half way through you may find it difficult to handle it and may then need the support of an expert plumber.

Normally this leak goes unnoticed for a while and then although it is noticed it takes a while before it comes on your priority list. Unfortunately, in the meanwhile you have wasted nearly 10 to 15 Gallons of water drop by drop. There are people in some parts of the world who are struggling for water as it is scarce and needs to be fetched from miles away and hoarded. Clean water itself is scarce now-a-days.

Attend to the leaking tap NOW!!!

It is time that you have it on your priority list. Better still if you can attend it without it having to enter your priority list.

Save that drop of water.


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author avatar ppruel
4th Aug 2010 (#)

nice article bro, informative.

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author avatar krrymarie
5th Aug 2010 (#)

good write, yeah lets stop wasting water and save it.
But even the water company's waste water cos of their leaking pipes!

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