Celebrate World Water Day by implementing green plumbing techniques, say Brooklyn-based plumbers

According to Petri Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Drain Cleaning, green plumbers promote water conservation with innovative technology and tips for homeowners

BROOKLYN, N.Y, March 7, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Petri Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Drain Cleaning, a family-owned home services company Brooklyn And Manhattan Since 1906, homeowners have been able to celebrate World Water Day March 22 by choosing environmentally friendly plumbing technology when modernizing or repairing the plumbing systems in their homes.

According to Petri Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Drain Cleaning, homeowners can celebrate World Water Day on March 22 by using eco-friendly plumbing technology in their homes.

According to Petri Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Drain Cleaning, homeowners can celebrate World Water Day on March 22 by using eco-friendly plumbing technology in their homes.

“Plumbers who specialize in green technologies give homeowners an advantage because their services are designed for efficiency,” he said Michael Peter, owner of Petri Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Drain Cleaning. “Eco-friendly plumbers work to reduce environmental impact while using sound plumbing practices, such as: “For example, installing low-flow faucets and accessories and working with the homeowner to provide water-saving technologies.”

World Water Day is an annual United Nations commemoration day that highlights the importance of conserving freshwater. The day was first observed on March 22, 1993.

Petri plumbing, heating, cooling and drain cleaning was New York City first eco-friendly, full-service GreenPlumbers USA Company. GreenPlumbers is an international training and accreditation program designed to help plumbers and tradespeople understand their role in the environment and public health.

Petri said homeowners can help conserve water by:

  • Installing Low-Flow Faucets and Toilets: Flow restrictors reduce your shower's flow to about three gallons per minute instead of five to ten. Low-flow toilets use no more than 1.6 gallons of water to flush, compared to the seven gallons that regular toilets use.

  • Take shorter showers. Even with a flow restrictor, showering can use up to three gallons of water per minute. Limiting the time you spend in the shower saves water.

  • Wash full loads only. Homeowners should wait to wash until they have a full load of dishes or laundry. Not only does this save water, but waiting for a full charge saves money on utility bills.

  • Check regularly for leaks. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, leaks can waste nearly 10,000 gallons of water each year. Homeowners who see water pooling or hear dripping but cannot identify where the leak is coming from should call a professional to determine the cause.

  • Limiting outdoor watering. By only watering during the cool times of the day and only when needed, homeowners can reduce their water usage in the warmer months.

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“Water is a precious natural resource that we must protect,” said Petri. “We need it not only for hydration, but also for hygiene, bathing and cooking.” The United StatesSometimes we think of water scarcity as just a problem in other parts of the world, but if we don’t protect our own water supply, we could also risk facing water scarcity.”

For more information about Petri Plumbing, Heating, Cooling and Drain Cleaning, visit https://www.petriplumbing.com/.

About Petri Plumbing, Heating, Cooling and Drain Cleaning

Petri Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Drain Cleaning is a family owned and operated business Brooklyn and that New York City Area. Founded in 1906, the company offers a 100% guarantee on all services, upfront pricing and friendly and knowledgeable service experts for all types of residential and commercial plumbing and heating needs. Services offered include water and gas pipe leak repair and installation, plumbing fixture installation, inspections, boiler repair, water heater installation, complete bathroom, kitchen, laundry and utility room renovations, and much more. Petri is also licensed and certified by Green Plumbers USAthe first in New York City to receive this award. For more information please visit www.petriplumbing.com or call (718) 717-1089.

Heather Ripley
Ripley PR
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