1. USE A LOW-FLOW SHOWERHEAD
New devices provide consumers more control, different GPM (gallons per minute) rates during a shower. The result: Users can adjust to a low rate for lathering and a higher rate for rinsing.
2. CLEAN YOUR LINT FILTER
A full lint filter makes your dryer work harder and produce more heat which can cause a fire. Clean your filter after each load to help decrease your energy usage and speed up drying time.
3. UNPLUG AN APPLIANCE
According to the U. S. Department of Energy, 75 percent of all electricity used to power electronics is consumed by devices that are turned off. Unplug just a few to save considerable energy.
Source : Reader’s Digest / Heritage-enviro.com