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January 12, 2017
The New Year is upon us and with that comes cold weather. Take a moment if you haven't already to be certain your irrigation system is off and drained down, exposed pipes are insulated, and your main shutoff valve is accessible. If you are going away for a couple of days, be sure you have taken these steps and/or notified a neighbor on how to operate your system. Every year we respond to a broken line on someone's home that has been flowing full speed for many days. These situations usually result in costly utility bills, home repairs, and wasted water. Do your part to avoid this unnecessary occurrence. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact our office at (530)...
April 01, 2017
1 Trillion Gallons of Water.
Sometimes when we hear numbers that large, it's hard to really conceive of what they mean. How much water is 1 trillion gallons, really?
Well, 1 trillion gallons of water is:
- the amount of water in about 40 million swimming pools.
- the amount of water in about 24 billion baths.
- the amount of water in Florida's Lake Okeechobee (669 square miles).
- the amount of water used in one year by 11 million homes.
AND . . .
- the amount of water wasted every year by household water leaks. Washington Post
That's really an astounding figure. Every year, enough water to serve 11 million homes is needlessly wasted. (EPA ) Down the drain. That leaky faucet or constantly-running toilet is more than just an annoyance; it is wasting water at an alarming rate.
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