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There's a debate many have very strong opinions on - whether or not to brush your teeth in the shower.
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It's Smart Irrigation Month!

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It's Smart Irrigation Month!
We're right in the middle of summer, so now is a good time to review some reminders on what it means to be "water wise".
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Meet an engineer during Engineers Week

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Meet an engineer during Engineers Week
In celebration of this week's Engineers Week, we talked to Alex Gerling, AWWA's reuse engineer, about her experiences.
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'Green roofs' are in

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Denver just approved an initiative requiring rooftop gardens or solar panels be placed on large new buildings, according to an ABC News article.
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Prevent water damage at home while traveling

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You don't want to have to worry about water damage or flooding from burst or leaking water pipes while you're traveling or on vacation.
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| Categories: | Tags: water damage, Los Angeles Times, water leaks, household leaks, flooding | View Count: (1895) | Bookmark and Share
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The Plain Talk Series - #60

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The Plain Talk Series - #60
Today's question: How is the water from my refrigerator door different from my tap water?
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We're in Reader's Digest!

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Our very own Drip Calculator was featured in a recent article on Reader's Digest online.
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Check and fix leaks during Drinking Water Week
Today we are encouraging people to check and fix leaks inside and outside the home to prevent water waste.
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| Categories: | Tags: household leaks, leaks, water waste, conservation, Drinking Water Week, leaky toilet, water meter, irrigation system | View Count: (2940) | Bookmark and Share
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Converting waste in space

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In light of setting the American record for most days in space, astronaut Peggy Whitson recently spoke with President Trump about her experience.
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| Categories: | Tags: Peggy Whitson, NASA, President Trump, reuse, recycled water, reclaimed water, wastewater, drought, astronaut | View Count: (2858) | Bookmark and Share
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How much water do we really use?

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The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) released a new interactive map that shows freshwater use by state every five years over 60 years, from 1950 to 2010.
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