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For Pop Sci’s water issue, Sarah Scoles wrote about her week using as little water as possible:

As she notes in the piece, “of the 355 billion gallons of water that wash through American pipes daily, less than 10 percent is for domestic use.” A lot of it hinges on your consumption habits: buying and disposing of clothing, drinking coffee, and eating meat (as three kind of random examples) all require a lot of water.

If you’re starting to feel guilty, consider harnessing that for personal development. Habit changes add up. Need help getting started? These eight neat, H2O-saving products may help inspire you to start your own water-saving sojourn.

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Billy Cadden is the Senior Director of Commerce for the science, tech, and outdoor group at Recurrent. He began working as the Commerce Editor at PopSci in 2017, where he spent 5 years diving deep into every product he could get his hands on. Cadden splits his time between Bed Stuy, Brooklyn, and Woodstock with his dog Wanda. He spends his time seeking new coffee shops and writing for his solo music project