Did you know only 1% of the earth’s water supply is available for drinking? That is why conserving water makes sense. As supplies fall and demand increases so will the cost you pay for water. Reducing water usage decreases our cost of water and also waste disposal “sewer”.
Tight supplies and high prices for natural gas are likely to boost home energy bills for air conditioning and in the summer and heating in the winter. A hot summer puts a greater strain on supplies of natural gas, the fuel for a growing number of the power plants that produce our nation’s electricity.
“Thinking Green” is about developing and creating a lifestyle based on environmentally friendly habits which reduce the amount of energy and natural resources you use on a daily, weekly, monthly and annual basis. All households rely on electricity to meet basic everyday needs. By practicing prudent conservation, you can reduce the amount you pay and save on electricity.