Water conservation in the kitchen has lagged behind bathrooms in terms of spear heading strategies to both save water and remain practical. Most uses for water in the kitchen revolve around washing dishes, cleaning, and filling pots and pans. Because of this, steadier streams of water have been required but there are techniques and technology that are working to stem the over consumption. Manufacturers are now making one-touch on and off faucets that return immediate pressure and water flow to help you conserve water. As you prepare food or wash up in the sink, it's easy to turn the water flow off when it's not needed between tasks. This technology also allows for a cleaner faucet because there is no need to touch the handle when your hands are dirty.
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