IN THE NEWS: How to Live on 13 Gallons of Water a Day Without Even Trying

Link to KCRW (Feb. 20, 2024) | Hear how one family is helping in an experiment around water use: The World Health Organization says each person needs 50 – 100 liters (13 – 26 gallons) of water per day to meet basic needs like drinking, showering, cleaning dishes, and washing clothes. A group called the 50 Liter Home Coalition — made up of government organizations, community groups, and companies including Electrolux, Procter and Gamble, IKEA and Kohler — have a bold claim: It’s possible to stay below that elusive 50-liter limit without sacrificing anything. (Read or Listen)

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