“If we shower 3 times a week, that’s already 12 liters, and in one year, it’s more than 600 liters,” @hero_to_0 says in the TikTok.
They then transfer the water to second-hand containers where they use a natural filter to improve the taste, and they use it to drink or to cook with.
Try this hack out! It can save you money on your water bill while also helping the planet!
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