This page lists several questions for facility managers to help gauge a facility’s present water-efficiency performance.
Simple tips on how to conserve water in the workplace: educate your employees and coworkers; know your usage; identify and fix leaks; maximize the efficiency of your cooling tower; install water efficient equipment; minimize the use of water for cleaning purposes.
There are may easy and practical ways to cut back our water use in our yards and gardens.
There are many things everyone can do to help conserve water when they are at home.
Detecting and repairing leaks is one of the main components of water conservation. Old or poorly constructed pipelines, inadequate corrosion protection, poorly maintained valves and mechanical damage are some of the factors contributing to leakage.
Water loss from a water distribution system is a significant factor affecting water delivery to customers. Water loss can be either apparent losses due to meter inaccuracies or unauthorized consumption, or real losses due to leakage at water service lines.
Overview of methods used to conserve water and reduce pumping costs on farms.