Saving Water/Energy has never been more important

Click an activity below to see how to conserve
• Washing a Car
• Using the Bathroom Sink
• Showering
• Using any faucet
• Washing Dishes
• Preparing food
• Landscape Watering
• Lighting a room
• Using a Refrigerator
• Cooling and Heating
   your home
• Shielding your home from
   the summer heat
• Using household appliances
• Closing windows and doors
Typical Water and Energy Use
Bathtub   25 to 35 gallons
Clothes Washer   20 to 50 gallons per load
Faucets   Up to 2.5 gallons per minute
Garden Hose   Up to 8.0 gallons per minute
Showerhead   Up to 2.5 gallons per minute
Toilet   1.28 to 3.5 gallons per flush
Computer   75 Watts
Incandescent Light   75 Watts
Space Heater   1,350 Watts
Television   Up to 150 Watts

LADWP helps ensure your home is safe, habitable, and sustainable...

Did you know that LADWP offers a variety of rebates and programs for residential customers (tenants, homeowners, and landlords) and commercial customers? These programs are available to assist customers in using energy and water more efficiently, as well as saving money and resources while improving our environment. For more information and conservation tips, please visit

Did you know you can check for water leaks at your property on your own?

Turn off all water fixtures inside and outside of your home. Look at your water meter and observe whether the triangle/star is moving. If it is moving and all of the water fixtures are off, then there is a leak on your property.

Thank you for Conserving

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