You know what is sounds like... a steady drip, drip, drip of water splashing into the sink or tub. Make sure to place the dripping faucet high on your priority list to avoid high water bills. A very typical leak of 10 drips per minute wastes nearly one gallon per day, or 29 gallons per month. In many places, this costs less than $1 per month. But what about fast drips? A faucet or shower head that leaks 120 drips per minute wastes 11 gallons per day, or 330 gallons per month. This could cost $6 per month, per faucet!Read on how to stop the dripping faucet or running toilet and start saving money today!