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  • Reduce the temperature of the geyser/Set the geyser’s temperature to a steady 60 ºC.
  • Install a geyser timer.
  • Use a geyser blanket/insulate the geyser to prevent heat loss/to keep it warm. 
  • Insulate the geyser’s outlet pipes to prevent heat loss.
  • Shower instead of bathing. /Showering uses less hot water. /Use a low- flow shower head to control the amount of water usage each time. /A shower uses up to 40% less hot water.
  • Install a solar water-heating unit/solar energy/wind energy unit linked to a geyser to heat water
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