Water consumption doesn’t really concern me. I live in an east coast province that is rarely short of water, and my water bill pales in comparison with my power bill, which nearly gave me a heart attack in my first winter in my house.
That water bill, about $80 per month, is manageable. It’s not high enough to cut showers short or get rid of the waste-of-money hot tub in the back yard.
I’ve never watered the lawn, but that says more about my interest in gardening (zero) than my eco-sensibilities. Should I feel guilty?
Well, apparently so
Canadians need an attitude adjustment
Canadians are the second biggest consumers of water in the world after - you guessed it - the United States. Unlike them, with their vast cities, sprawling sun belt and wicked (environmental) ways, we're never going to run out of water... are we?
Well... “Canadians mistakenly think we have an unlimited supply of water and rarely give water a second thought to running taps while brushing teeth or other waterRead More »from Why Canada's water situation is so much worse than we think