Take the Pledge

Join us this World Water Day and skip your shower! By taking this pledge, you are not only sacrificing your shower on March 22, you are pledging from this moment forward to reduce your water footprint. Clean water is a resource most of us take for granted when we turn on the tap and get in the shower.

Unfortunately, we have developed daily habits that waste and pollute this valuable resource. By changing our water habits - reducing, reusing and recycling water - we can all protect local water supplies and keep pollution from reaching our ocean.

Take the pledge to skip your shower this World Water Day on March 22, and learn how you can reduce your water footprint everyday forward. Join us this World Water Day—skip your shower and make every drop count!

Thank you for your pledge!

Thank you for your pledge! With this simple action you saved 40 gallons of water! You can also save 3,840 gallons of water annually by switching to a Speakman Reaction low flow shower head. Learn more here: www.speakman.com

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Clean Water Initiative

Whether at home, at the beach or at work, we all affect the condition of our local water. It is our responsibility to help prevent pollution from reaching our waterways. The Surfrider Foundation's Clean Water Initiative makes sure that every drop counts by providing ways you can help reduce, reuse and recycle water at home and in your community so that we can enjoy our ocean, waves and beaches for years to come.

Blue Water Task Force
Ocean Friendly Gardens

Ways to Reduce Your Water Usage

Install a Reaction Shower Head
Install a Reaction Shower Head

By switching to a Speakman Reaction low flow shower head, the average household will save 3,840 gallons of water annually.

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Turn Off the Tap
Turn Off the Tap

Up to 5 gallons of water is wasted down the drain every time you leave the faucet running while you brush your teeth. Save water and turn off the tap while you shave, brush your teeth or wash dishes.

Fix Leaky Pipes
Fix Leaky Pipes

Fix or replace any leaking plumbing or appliances in your home. It’s good for your wallet and it’s good for the environment. A single leaky toilet can waste as much as 200 gallons of water per day.

Re-route Water
Re-route Water

Slow down & sponge up the rain! Direct the overflow from a rain barrel, or aim your gutters and downspouts into landscaping to reduce flooding and prevent polluted runoff from reaching the ocean.