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Depending on where you live, the increasing pressure on water supplies may not be immediately obvious, and the effects of water scarcity may not be evident, but in many places around the world, it’s already affecting residents, communities, and businesses. And while it’s certainly wise to conserve water at home, the bulk of our water […]
If you’ve been paying attention to the news at all over the last year, you’re aware that the drought conditions, especially in states like California, are putting lots of pressure on local water systems. The answers to reducing that pressure, and to coming to terms with a drier future, are many, but one of them, […]
In some places, dual flush toilets are standard, and save water and money with every flush, but in most of the US, our wasteful toilets continue to send large volumes of clean municipal water down the drain when flushing liquids. The bad news is that the toilet is the largest consumer of water inside homes, […]
Water these days is a precious and expensive resource. For both economic and social conscience reasons, it’s imperative that we all do what we can to use less water and to make sure that what we do use is utilized in a responsible and efficient manner. You’ll find here a few ideas about how your […]
In many parts of the developed world, water is fairly cheap, so conserving our water use may not yield a huge savings on our monthly water bill. However, our personal water bill only takes into consideration the direct cost of water to us, and not our related costs (to heat the water), nor does it […]
An interview of ecopreneur Linda Lannon of PeopleTowel. Stories of challenges, successes and inspiration while bringing a reusable hand towel company to market.