Water Conservation is a BIG term.

At PRISM we understand that any sort of conservation takes time and effort to put into practice. That is why we aim to start at the level its easiest and counts the most – YOU.

Water Conservation is not a global event. We make it a part of your life!

Saving water is not enough any more.

We need to find solutions that makes us use, only what we need. If we take a simple faucet in our homes, in many cases, we require only 2% of the water that comes out it. Now how do we regulate this to stay at the 2%?

Atomization or Misting or Converting the water flow into a spray, is a technique that many ready-to-buy faucet adaptors aim to do. These adaptors come for regular taps and showers too. Installing these on our existing taps could achieve a remarkable reduction in water used. At the smallest level, this could be the first and the easiest step for you to make a difference.

With the water on the Earth not increasing, and more and more areas struggling with droughts, conserving water is more important than ever. Even if you’re not living in a drought-stricken region, reducing your water usage also means a lower utility bill and in-turn helps conserve a precious resource.

Whether you’re ready to make your showers shorter or grow cacti instead of water needing plants, there are lots of big and small ways that you can conserve water around home. And its alright if you can’t do it all! So, while we at PRISM are working on simple, plug-in solutions, there’s something you could do in the time being.

Strategy Partners


ALTERED Nozzle Dual Flow PRO

  • Dual Flow Mist, 0.24 Lit/ min,
  • Spray 1.8 Litre/Min
  • Optimized for home and hospitality use
  • Working from 2 BAR
  • Simple 30 sec installation
  • Universal fitting with adaptors for most taps

Technology Partners


ALTERED Nozzle Dome

  • 0.42 Litre/Min, 96% saving.
  • Optimized for public areas.
  • Working from 1.5 BAR pressure.
  • Simple 30 sec installation.
  • Universal fitting with adaptors for most taps.


  1. Turn off the tap while brushing your teeth. Water comes out of the average faucet at 2.5 gallons per minute. All that water just running down the drain while you brush! Turn off the faucet after you wet your brush and leave it off until it’s time to rinse.
  2. Turn off the tap while washing your hands. Save a few gallons of water and turn the faucet off after you wet your hands until you need to rinse. You could even use soaps that lather less!
  3. Choose efficient fixtures. Aerating your faucets, investing in a low-flow toilet, choosing efficient shower heads, and opting for a Water Sense rated dishwasher and washing machine can add up to big water savings.
  4. Gardens and Lawns. Growing plants and having green around is environmental, no doubt. But they are also sources for water consumption. Instead, opt for plants that thrive in drought conditions. Aquariums and Aquaponic tanks could also be replacements to traditional water consuming plants.
  5. Install Water-efficient appliances. Your conventional Dishwashers and Washing machines consume a lot of water. Switch to energy efficient brands and technology to cut back on the water used. Don’t run the dishwasher or washing machine until it’s full. Those half-loads add up to gallons and gallons of water wasted.
  6. Catch that Rain. Rainwater harvesting is a great way to keep your plants hydrated without turning on the hose or sprinkler. In places blessed with ample rain, this could easily be a replacement to most water needs.
  7. Cutting down on electricity-consumption. Power plants use thousands of gallons of water to cool. When you reduce your electric consumption, you are conserving power, and indirectly saving water, too!