Water is a limited resource that everyone needs to survive. While New Jersey is considered a ‘water-rich’ state because it receives about 46 inches of rainfall a year, each resident uses about 70 gallons of water per day. During the growing season (April-October), outdoor water use can increase this use to 155 gallons per day per person.
This means that over 9 million people living in New Jersey are using 630 million to 1 billion gallons of water every day!
So how can you save water?
Saving water is easy. Small everyday changes can add up to big water savings.
For more information on water conservation, please see the list of website links below.
**Click here for the "Parts List for Water Conservation Display"
Remember, every drop counts!
For more information, contact Steve Yergeau, County Agent III, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-505-3671.