Global Impact


Gallons of Water Saved

Kilowatt-Hours Saved

Liters of Water Saved Metric Tons of CO2 Saved Pounds of CO2 Saved



  • The average person in the US uses about 90 gallons of water per day or 32,850 gallons of water per year.1 As a result, the above water savings are enough to sustain approximately people for a full year

  • A regulation-sized swimming pool holds approximately 660,000 gallons of water, meaning the above savings are enough to fill regulation-sized swimming pools


  • The above energy savings are equivalent to the annual CO2 emissions of passenger vehicles.2

  • The average passenger vehicle emits approximately 0.91 pounds of CO2 per mile driven, meaning the above savings would equate to miles driven for a single passenger vehicle.2

  • Burning one gallon of gasoline is equal to approximately 0.009 metric tons of CO2 emissions. As a result, the above energy savings are equivalent to the use of gallons of gasoline. 2

1Source: USGS - How much water does the average person use at home per day?

2Source: United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - Greenhouse Gas Emissions from a Typical Passenger Vehicle