Outreach for Water Conservation
How to save and protect marine resources for ocean habitat, food production, climate change reduction and oxygen production.
Congressman Dicks and Congressman Smith join with EPA to announce science grants and unveil new plans for Puget Sound Research Institute in Tacoma to protect and restore Puget Sound ecosystem health.
Community Action for a Renewed Environment program by EPA protects streams and subsistence
The EPA's Community Action for a Renewed Environment program is a competitive grant program that offers communities an innovative way to address the risks from multiple sources of toxic pollution in their environment. The program encourages local organizations, including non-profits, businesses, schools and governments create partnerships that implement local solutions to reduce releases of toxic pollutants and minimize people's exposure to them, improving the environment through local action.
Global Water Supplies - 3% Fresh Water
Global Water Supplies include only 3% Fresh Water -- all the rest is salt or brackish water.
Floodplain management is a valuable land resources management strategy for residential and commercial water use.
Droughts affect landscaping survival, agricultural production, wildlife survival, climate change and quality of life for all species. Drought monitoring is an important water management tool to conserve water.
Saline water treatment is about fresh water pollution with stormwater, sewage and affect water supplies, wetlands, and marine environments. Clean lakes and fresh water have solutions. We help you identify saline solutions.
Fresh Water Supplies
Fresh water supplies for homes and workplaces depend on water storage, precipitation and today, recycling water supplies. Water efficiency and water conditioning are important solutions for urban water security and supply management.
Potable water means "drinking quality water" and urban communities treat rainwater and river water, etc. heavily to remove pollutants and even balance the softeners.