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How to cut your grass and your water bill

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How to cut your grass and your water bill
Transforming your landscape could be the gift that keeps giving.
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Water discovered in outer space

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Water discovered in outer space
An out of this world discovery has us excited!
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We read a great article in Chemical & Engineering News examining the science behind ensuring drinking water is free of weird tastes and funky smells.
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Water vs. sports drinks

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In a recent article on the science news website LiveScience.com, water and sports drinks are compared, especially when it comes to which is better at replenishing the body after exercise.
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Are we using too much water?

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New research that was recently published in the academic journal Science points out that the world's water usage is higher than what was previously thought.
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