Groundwater levels in wells vary over time. Water conservation and pump adjustments can help manage your water well during drought.
Storing water for an emergency is simple, especially when the water is not contaminated. Here are some guidelines for storing water.
Droughts occur periodically over much of the United States. In Pennsylvania, severe droughts have occurred more frequently over the past two decades.
Details water conservation methods that require little effort while producing significant results.
This fact sheet will help you determine how much water you currently use and the amount of water and money you could save by installing water-conserving devices.
This information is intended for water utility personnel, planners, staff of environmental and community organizations, and individuals concerned with making our nation’s water systems more efficient--discusses water conservation strategies, identifies water conservation resources, and relates practical advice on beginning a conservation program based on research and experiences from across the country. PDF version is also available
The following are national and government agency resources that provide groundwater, precipitation, and climate data.