Water Conservation in the Home …

“From time-to-time, I think we all need to re-evaluate what we can do to save more water. The experts are indicating that California is in a serious drought situation. I thought these tips might help.” – Lisa Ashkins From: Eartheasy.com The most effective way to save water is to upgrade to efficient fixtures. But there […]

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Calculator Offers Water Insights

    Most San Diego County residents realize that water conservation is important, but that doesn’t make the job any easier. In fact, the numbers on water bills typically provide only the most general sense of whether use is going up or down, without the kind of details that would help make decisions about specific […]

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A Bucket of Information on Graywater

    What is Graywater? Graywater is untreated wastewater that does not include any toilet discharge, unhealthy bodily wastes, or manufacturing wastes. It is wastewater from bathtubs, showers, bathroom washbasins, and clothes washing machines. Wastewater from kitchen sinks, dishwashers, and laundry of soiled diapers is not included. How can I use Graywater? Graywater can be […]

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How to Save Water in Your Home

From the City of San Diego  Most people aren’t aware of how many gallons of water the average household uses each week. In San Diego, a typical household uses around 14 hundred cubic feet (HCF) of water a month (more in the summer, less in the winter.) One HCF of water is equal to 748 […]

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Water Conservation for Homeowners

(Source: Save Our Water.org) Water is California’s most precious natural resource. How we manage it today will affect nearly every aspect of our future. When our state enjoys a year of abundant rain and our reservoirs are full, it is easy to think that our water supply is endless. But it’s important to remember that […]

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