Water Conservation for Communities

Help your community learn how to conserve water.
Water Conservation for Communities - Guides and Publications
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Language: English
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Description

This full-color publication 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.

Who is this for?

Water utility personnel, planners, staff of environmental and community organizations, and individuals concerned with making our nation's water systems more efficient

What will you learn?

Why conserve water (the state water plan; energy savings; reduced sewage flow; reduced capital costs; water demand management in crisis and noncrisis situations); starting a water conservation program; public education programs (school programs and youth education curricula; water utility–assisted programs; programs for reducing outdoor water demand; media programs; cooperative extension programs; other sources of educational program support); plumbing codes and ordinances; water-conserving rate structures; refit programs (toilets; showerheads; faucets; clothes washers; dishwashers); reducing water loss (leak detection); case studies of comprehensive water conservation programs

Authors

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