Sink To conserve water, use sink stoppers instead of letting water run while shaving.
Vanity Lights Bathroom vanity lights are one of the most used fixtures in the average home. Use energy-efficient lighting, which can provide bright, warm light while using less energy and generating less heat than standard bulbs.
Shower Taking an 8-minute shower every day can indirectly create as much as 1,368 pounds of CO2 each year. By reducing your shower time to 6 minutes, you can eliminate 342 pounds of CO2 from your annual total.
Install a new low-flow shower head to help you conserve water and save energy—and save more than $75 each year on energy costs.
Toilet A leaky toilet can waste 200 gallons of water per day. Be sure to repair all toilet and faucet leaks promptly.
Vent Fan An ENERGY STAR® qualified ventilation fan will control moisture in the air while saving energy. These fans are much quieter than standard models. Fans with efficient lighting and fan motors use 65 percent less energy on average than standard models, saving $120 in electricity costs over the life of the fan.