How Can You Reduce Your Water Footprint?

So what are some smart choices communities can make to better prepare for an uncertain future? Let’s take the familiar phrase “reduce, reuse, recycle” and apply that to our water supplies. For our communities to be resilient and prepare for the worst effects of climate change, we need to rethink how we use, and reuse, water and wastewater so that we can make the most of our most essential resource.

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Americans underestimate household water usage

A survey conducted by Indiana University researcher Shahzeen Attari has found that many Americans are confused about the best ways to conserve water around the home. Her results have been published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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City launches water saving pilot program

The city of Conroe is looking to its neighbors out west in considering a water conservation program that mimics a coupon program offered by the city of San Antonio.

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Prepare now for summer water conservation

With water restrictions possible, the size of your garden may depend on how much water you are allowed or can afford to use. Whether you rely on a municipal water system or a well, one thing is for sure: Water supply will be limited.

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Water wise: Expert tips on conserving

Like big earthquakes and budget deficits, droughts are a part of life in California that seem to come back around every decade or so.

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