It's estimated that a small leak in your home -- a drip in a faucet or a constantly running toilet -- can produce up to 10,000 gallons of wasted water a year. That's enough to fill a backyard swimming pool. While it's imperative to look for and replace leaks at home, remember to report drips, leaks and running toilets you find in public spaces, too. Hotel room bathrooms, public restrooms and the facilities at your local health club are all places where leaks can be stopped. Every little bit helps to protect this valuable natural resource from running out.