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It's National Water Quality Month!

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This is a great time to understand where your water comes from and what's in it so you can properly protect its quality.
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Calculating your water footprint

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How much water do you think you use in a day? 50 gallons? 75 gallons? 100 gallons?
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| Categories: | Tags: water footprint, water usage, conservation, Yale Climate Connections, Grace Communications Foundation | View Count: (4014) | Bookmark and Share
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It's still Smart Irrigation Month

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It's still Smart Irrigation Month
We posted about this earlier in the month, but this is a reminder that July is Smart Irrigation Month.
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| Categories: | Tags: Smart Irrigation Month, Irrigation Association, irrigation, sprinklers, lawn care, water use, conservation | View Count: (3194) | Bookmark and Share
Summer is a common time for many to go on vacation, and some may even find themselves in Europe during that time.
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| Categories: | Tags: Conde Nast Traveler, Citybase Apartments, Europe, contaminated water, travel guidelines, infographic, summer, vacation | View Count: (4751) | Bookmark and Share
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LA alleys gather stormwater

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A few days ago The New York Times published an article about Los Angeles redoing its alleys to capture stormwater.
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| Categories: | Tags: Los Angeles, drought, California, stormwater, green alleys, The New York Times | View Count: (64411) | Bookmark and Share
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The Plain Talk Series - #49

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The Plain Talk Series - #49
Today's question: If leaks are such a waste of water, why can't the water utility just fix all of them?
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| Categories: | Tags: Plain Talk About Drinking Water, Plain Talk series, water leaks, water infrastructure, infrastructure | View Count: (3232) | Bookmark and Share
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Girl Scouts' Water Drop Patch updated

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As detailed in a recent post on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Big Blue Thread blog, EPA team members had the opportunity to rework the Girl Scouts' Water Drop Patch.
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July is Smart Irrigation Month

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July is Smart Irrigation Month
Brought to us by the Irrigation Association, Smart Irrigation Month focuses on promoting smart water use.
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June 30 is now Drinking Water and Wastewater Professionals Appreciation Day annually in Virginia.
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See you at ACE16 in Chicago

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It's that time of year, time for our Annual Conference & Exposition!
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| Categories: | Tags: annual conference, ACE, Chicago, water taste test, pipe tapping contest, ACE16 | View Count: (3072) | Bookmark and Share
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