Crops are suffering and lawns are becoming brown. According to the Environmental Protection Agency 36 states are expecting water shortages by 2013.

Every drop helps millions of people affected by drought. The EPA estimates that Americans consume an average of 1,600 glasses per day. This is a serious problem. Customers are turning to smart products that can save water while preserving performance, in order to avoid prolonged dry spells. These products help conserve water.

According to Shark Steam Mop’s claims, it cleans 1,000 sq. feet of floor with only one pint water. That compares to four gallons for mop and bucket cleaning. Shark Steam Mops can turn a small amount if water into steam. They also save water by not using any chemicals.

– The LG SteamWasher is Energy Star-rated and uses TrueSteam technology. This technology improves cleaning performance and saves water up to 97 per cent.

ASKO Encore Dishwasher uses a lot less water than other dishwashers. The dishwasher only uses four gallons of water per wash. The American Water Works Association states that dishwashers consume nine to twelve gallons while hand-washing dishes requires approximately 20.

– In general, 30% of all water consumed goes down the toilet every year. Gerber’s Ultra Dual-Flush Toto features a pressure-assist toilet flushing system that saves water. According to the manufacturer, the toilet uses between 1.1 and 1.6 Gallons per flush, which saves 12,000 Gallons of water annually.

The 5th World Water Forum predicts that the U.S. will be responsible for more than 10% of the world’s household drinking water by 2025. Consumers and manufacturers are working together to reduce household water consumption by developing more efficient products.