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Remember, every drop counts!!

When we talk about our precious natural resources, water certainly tops the list. Water keeps everything alive--plants, animals, and people. After oxygen, water is our most important natural substance, yet we are using more water than Mother Nature replaces. We must learn about the importance of water and teach others, especially children, how to practice water conservation. Future generations will thank us. In addition, water conservation practices will help us save money as well as resources.

Here are some tips to help you conserve water.
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Bathroom facilities claim nearly 75% of the water used. If water-efficient fixtures were used, a new household water budget of 21 gallons per person per day or 2,100 gallons/month may be possible. This would represent a savings of over 70% and could result in significant direct and indirect savings both to the consumer and utility.



For more information, visit the American Water Works Association (AWWA).
Conservation Tips
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