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On Tap: Getting Savvy About Saving Water With Bigelow Tea

bttues_On Tap- Getting Savvy About Saving Water With Bigelow Tea

Pour, steep, stir … repeat often. We’re guessing you appreciate your daily cup of Bigelow Tea as much as we do. So let’s take a moment to recognize the major role water plays in making your favorite brew. Without H20, your tea bag is, well, a bag of leaves in need of some love. Thankfully, there are a few super-easy ways to conserve water, ensuring that there will always be enough for your mug and the rest of the planet, too!

Some conservation tips are familiar but worth repeating. For starters, turn off the faucet while brushing your teeth and while scrubbing the dishes. But here’s something you may not know: if you cut your daily shower by just one minute, you could save 1,000 gallons of water a year! Seriously. Then there’s your toilet. It might have “silent” leaks from worn hardware, dripping away several gallons a day. Who knew? Text your plumber, pronto!

Check out even more tips from the Mother Nature Network or visit our SustainabiliTEA  board on Pinterest for more water-saving and eco-centric ideas. Then snag your favorite Bigelow Tea flavor and fill up that teapot with newfound confidence!

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3 Responses to “On Tap: Getting Savvy About Saving Water With Bigelow Tea”

  1. Debi Spencer writes:

    I have 2 rain barrels that I use during the drier summer months for watering flowers and plants. I have even used the collected water to wash my hair with!

  2. Valorie writes:

    Awesome Debi! Thanks for commenting!!

  3. Kay Bauer writes:

    When it rains I set containers out to catch the rain to water my potted plants that are on the deck. I never wash small loads of laundry wait until they are large loads.

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