Articles on water use
United States Using Less Water Today than 35 Years Ago
The United States uses less water today than it did 35 years ago, despite a 30 percent population increase.
California Drought Opens Gray Water Approval Statewide
California regulators have opened the floodgates for using "gray water"
by issuing an emergency decision that allows residents to create simple
water-reuse systems without a construction permit.
Colorado River Shrinks from unsustainable use during 10 year drought
"GRIM FORECAST FOR FUTURE WATER SUPPLY FROM THE COLORADO RIVER"
Local Food Production in Geodesic Dome Uses Water as Thermal Mass
Growing food almost year round in the mountains of Colorado is a green solution for localized food. It's a bit beyond farming -- this cozy dome greenhouse, the plants are growing happily. Take a grand tour with Buckhorn Gardens manager this cozy dome greenhouse, the plants are growing happily. Take a grand tour with Buckhorn Gardens manager.
THIRST -- fresh water is an issue bigger than oil
Water as Food Production Habitat
Fresh Water Sources in US
Freshwater Use and Source in the US
Measure Your Water Use To Conserve
How much water do you use when you take a shower?
Tips for Water Conservation in Landscapes
High-Efficiency Flushing Urinal Specification
First WaterSense labeled new home - Chapel Hill, North Carolina
WaterSense Saves Water, Utility Costs and our Fresh Water Supply
Water-wise Landscaping Best Practices
a partnership program sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency, makes it easy for Americans to save water and protect the
environment. Look for the WaterSense label to choose quality, water-efficient
Commercial kitchens balance water use and refuse with EZPans
It's hard to balance impact on our natural resources...which do we use water for washing cooked on slow cookers...or a disposable liner? EZPans has created a NYLON liner that is an alternative if your area is as short on water as Califonia!
Liquid Assets, Documentary about Infrastructure Systems
Liquid Assets, a 90-minute documentary, tells the story of essential infrastructure systems: water, wastewater and stormwater.
Edited by Carolyn Allen, Managing Editor of Solutions For Green