Water Average Usage

Our nations water supply is low. 80% of the resources are contaminated by human activity.  Water is life for everything from the bacteria to the billionaire. Every industry. Every body. Every market. Every thing in the natural universe.

By changing our source materials to hemp/cannabis plant, we can stop the fossil/petro from entering our water and air.  We believe it is best practice to eliminate possibilities for contamination because we all NEED water.


Americans each use about 100 gallons of water every day, which comes to approximately $500 a year for water as of 2015. Water usage can be reduced with low-flow plumbing fixtures and water-efficient appliances.  Some uses for water are cooking, cleaning, cooling, growing farm crops and providing energy. The mining and manufacturing industries use water for processing ores, refining petroleum and making things such as paper and steel. Medical uses include hydrotherapy, kidney dialysis and delivering medications intravenously.

Dishwasher The average dishwasher uses approximately 6 gallons of water per cycle. Any dishwasher that is Energy Star rated is required to use no more than 4 gallons of water per load

Washer Machine – Standard washing machines use about 23 gallons of water on average, per load. Older models of washing machines use between 40 and 45 gallons of water. That is about 12,000 gallons of water each year for a family of four.

Shower – A regular shower head uses 7 to 10 gallons a minute, while a water-saving shower head puts out 2 to 4 gallons a minute. An average shower lasts 12 to 15 minutes, resulting in a use of up to 150 gallons per shower.

Toilets – In the United States, toilet bowl flushing takes up about 31 percent of a household’s entire water consumption. Each person in the household flushes the toilet five times daily on average. A household with a family of four using an ULFT system will use about 26,000 gallons of water each year for toilet flushing alone.

Toilet system efficiency is rated with the WaterSense label. WaterSense is an independent water efficiency testing group comparable to EnergyStar. Toilet systems that earn the WaterSense label means that the toilet system passed the efficiency criteria set by the group. Among this criteria is the standard that the toilet system must use only 1.28 gallons per flush or less.