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ConnectRight campaign: End Misconnections

The ConnectRight campaign, being launched on 27 February 2014 by Dan Rogerson, United Kingdom Minister for Water.

It is an initiative for, both businesses and the public and aims to raise awareness about water pollution, urban drainage and sewerage misconnections to help prevent this serious water quality problem affecting rivers and beaches. 153 more words


Water efficiency: The Water Label

When purchasing “white goods” in the European Union, such as fridges and freezer, the energy labels have become a familiar part of the shopping experience. 235 more words

Business Benefits

Do You Know Where 2/3 of Your Water is Spent?

Commercial dishwashers are one largest water and energy guzzlers in commercial kitchens, often consuming more than two-thirds of overall water use.

If your dishwasher isn’t nearing the end of its life expectancy, what can you do now to reduce costs and increase water savings? 86 more words


Access to Clean Water

Iowa City is a very fortunate community in many ways. Access to clean drinking water is arguably one of the most underrated privileges we have in developed countries. 59 more words

Water Use

Group to sue state over Dungeness water rule - PDN

Sad, but expected. They likely will lose, as other suits have, and cost the State hundreds of thousands to defend.

The Olympic Resource Protection Council has decided it will sue the state over a rule that governs water use in the Dungeness Valley.

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Science Hour #2

Here we go then, safety specs on, for another enthralling science experiment from the Make Do and Mend household…

This time, science fans, we are investigating (like the hard-hitting investigative journos we are) claims that our new Eco Shower Head does what it says on the pack. 307 more words

General Ramblings

Water Crisis

A typical three-bedroom, single-family home in California uses approximately 174,000 galons a year.