The Grey Water Project
Conserving Water Starts With Us


The Grey Water Project encourages people to take action and conserve water. Weather you install a grey water system, fix a leak, or just take a shorter shower, every drop counts. This program is relatively simple, but it personifies the phrase "Conserving Water Starts with Us". Elementary school students, as part of their classes, with their families or on their own can choose a water saving action, and try to do it every day (depending on their choice) for six weeks and report it back on my website.To start your journey here's what you do-

Register in my website for the program letting us know your details 
Pick one of the activities listed below
Make a plan and follow it for six weeks. 

While you are at it, make a log, take pictures, blog or write a story on what you do
Ask a teacher/ parent to sign that you followed through and took action for six weeks
If you forget a day or two , that's ok but do make a note of it and get back to your plan
Do let us know your progress by communicating us through an email / contact us form

At the end of six weeks let us know and we will add your name to the leader boardType your paragraph here.


Take shorter showers = 4 gallons per minute
​When taking a bath, close the drain before turning on the water and fill the tub only half way = 22.5 gallons vs 45 gallons ( full tub)
Turn off faucet while brushing your teeth = 4 gallons per minute
Wait until there is a full basket of laundry before running the washing machine = 43 gallons per load
​Collect the cold water from the faucet while waiting for it to turn hot and water your plants
Collect the grey water from my laundry and water my lawn( look for guidelines in this website)