Environmental Science

Which of the following is one way that a person can conserve water?

a.Take a bath instead of a shower
b.Wash laundry in small, partial loads
c.use a low flow shower head to take short showers
d.water the lawn daily and at nidday.


I picked a. right? Because your saving more water right?

Not necessarily. Please rethink this and repost.

??

c.?

Yes. C is correct


Yes. All the others waste water.

Thanks!

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