Green Projects: Water
It’s practically painless — but vitally important — to conserve water.
Few things in this country are as taken for granted as water. Turn on the tap and it flows. It seems as if the supply is endless, but far from it — fresh, clean water is a limited resource. Water conservation is vital, not just to ensure the supply, but to reduce the amount of pollutants entering rivers, lakes, and streams. Efficient water use can reduce water and wastewater treatment costs and the amount of energy used to treat, pump, and heat water, and it can help to ease the burden on water resources during drought conditions.
Use water like it's a precious commodity, because it is! Learn More
Leave the leaks to the media, not your plumbing! Learn More
You’ll hardly notice the difference — except in your water use and bill. Learn More
One person’s waste is another person’s biofuel. Learn More