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Tips, technology, and common sense solutions for being more efficient with water.

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Colorado's Ban on Rain Barrels May Be Overturned
Put a bucket under your downspout and collect rain running off your roof to water your garden. You’re an outlaw in Colorado. Critics have lambasted the state for barring this quaint eco-friendly, urban-farming technique, but to rural Coloradans devoted to prior appropriation, the water rule that the first person to take water secures rights to it into the future, rainwater harvesting...
Mar 30, 2016 7:00 AM ET
A Simple Guide to Green Fixtures, Faucets, and Saving Water
This 4-page Ebook will provide you with an infographic on indoor water allowing you to track the items that use the most water in your home.  You'll also receive information on the durability of certain products materials and up-and-coming technology options. Download the free ...
Mar 24, 2016 7:00 AM ET
10 Shocking Facts About the True Scope of Earth's Fresh Water Crisis
Even though only a handful of US states are experiencing severe to exceptional drought conditions – down from more than 35 states a couple of years back – water concerns just won’t go away. “All over the globe, there are areas and entire continents experiencing water shortages,” says Klaus Reichardt, CEO and founder of Waterless Co, a company that makes no-water...
Mar 23, 2016 6:30 AM ET
A New Approach to Saving Water
The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development created World Water Day in 1992 in an effort to set aside one day each year during which we recognize water quality and quantity issues.  The day reminds us to celebrate the small victories—that modern infrastructure enables girls around the globe to attend school rather than spending their days collecting water from the river...
Mar 22, 2016 6:00 AM ET
Flint Water Crisis Exposes Water Quality Concerns
When most people think about water problems in the U.S., the first thing that comes to mind is water scarcity. But the Flint water crisis has brought to light another pressing issue: water quality. A recent Gallop poll showed that 55% of Americans expressed that they worry “a great deal” about polluted drinking water. This worry is certainly valid,...
Feb 19, 2016 7:00 AM ET

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