All posts tagged water conservation

Xeriscaping Can Help Save Money on Your Water Bill

Xeriscaping Can Help Save Money on Your Water Bill

Xeriscaping is a form of landscaping that helps conserve water, raise property value, reduce chemical contamination and lower your household bills. As part of a sustainable lifestyle you should utilize xeriscaping when planning a garden or establishing your home’s yard.

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6 Tips on How to Water Landscaping Efficiently

6 Tips on How to Water Landscaping Efficiently

With less than 1% of all freshwater available for human consumption, water conservation is critical to our future. Considering that 50% of our water usage is for outdoor watering of lawns and gardens, efficient landscape management techniques are required to help preserve our water resources.

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The Calm after the Storm – Stormwater Runoff Management Tips

The Calm after the Storm – Stormwater Runoff Management Tips

Stormwater runoff can contain pollutants like chemicals, oils, dirt and pesticides which can often end up in our water supply. Implementing stormwater pollution prevention methods can help manage contamination help keep the environment clean. Protect our most valuable resource by limiting the impact stormwater runoff has on our water supply.

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Wastewater from Fracking is Highly Contaminated – Are You At Risk?

Wastewater from Fracking is Highly Contaminated – Are You At Risk?

Fracking has been shown to produce highly contaminated radioactive waste-water that is poisoning our groundwater and ecosystem. In some areas around New York and Pennsylvania people’s tap water actually can be set on fire from seeping natural gas and other contaminants.

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Save 11,500 Gallons of Water per Year with Recirculation Pumps

Save 11,500 Gallons of Water per Year with Recirculation Pumps

Instant hot water for your showers is not just a convenience; it is a way to conserve thousands of gallons of water per year. A little gadget known as a hot water recirculating pump can save time and money when used correctly.

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Toilet Leaks Cost You $840 per Year

Toilet Leaks Cost You $840 per Year

Leaky toilets are often overlooked, causing hundreds of gallons of water to be wasted in households across the country. With a large toilet leak averaging over 200 gallons a day fixing that annoying leak can save you money and conserve precious water.

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