Take a Shorter Shower

Taking a Shorter Shower

Did you know that you can save an average of 18,000 gallons of water each year by switching to a low-flow showerhead and approximately 2,000 gallons a year by reducing shower time by one minute?

waterSmart’s Take a Shorter Shower Week teaches you to install low-flow showerheads and change your shower habits to see how easy it is to save water and money. During the month of October you are invited to participate in “Take a Shorter Shower Week” in Cobb County! Through out the week, there will be community activities, information and events, including a low-flow showerhead giveaway!

Take a Shorter Shower is helping homeowners and businesses alike to join the water conservation initiative. Through community partnering, the Cobb County Water System is supplying each Cobb County facility with low-flow shower heads to help make them waterSmart too. Aquatic centers, fire stations, parks and even jails will be retrofitted with the low-flow showerheads, compliments of Cobb County Water System. So do your part and Take a Shorter Shower today!