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by Aly J. Yale and Dawn Bradbury
Water bills have been on the rise for some time. In fact, the average combined water and wastewater costs have jumped 43% since 2012. In some places – particularly drought-prone ones – the problem’s even worse.
6. Add a greywater system.
“The smartest thing you can do is invest in an at-home graywater recycling system,” says Riggs Eckelberry, founder and CEO of OriginClear, a water treatment solutions provider in Clearwater, Florida. “These are incredible machines that allow you to get the most out of your water. They capture and clean water from bathroom sinks, washing machines, bathtubs, showers and dishwashers so that you can reuse it for secondary purposes.”