Would you believe that your laundry room is a big waster of water.  On average, approximately 70 percent of the water used in a home is indoors.  The average family of 4 in the United States can use 400 gallons of water every day.  The EPA has several tips to help you conserve water, including changing your washing machine and toilet to something energy efficient.  For example, traditional model washing machines use between 27 and 54 gallons of water per load.  However, new, energy- and water-conserving models use less than 27 gallons per load.  They come in both front and top loading styles.  We recommend joining one of these efficient models with a laundry cleaning system that eliminates detergents, and you will not just be saving water but making sure that the water you do use washing clothes is free from irritating soaps and bleach.  Pairing these two green technologies for water and energy efficiency is a great way to be kind to the environment and save on your water and energy bills.  Berry Environmental Services