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Why conserve water?



We use water every day: for drinking, showering, washing clothes, and flushing the toilet. Water is used to manufacture coffee, milk, automobiles,
and clothing. We depend on water to put out fires, produce energy, and cool our homes. We used water yesterday, today, and we will use it tomorrow. It is essential to our lives.

Conserving water means to use water wisely and to protect it. There are several benefits to conserving water:

  • Ensure a year round water supply
  • Saves you money (lower water bills, lower energy costs)
  • Prolongs the life of the water and wastewater distribution system
  • You save energy (in less water heater use, less energy required to pump to homes)
  • Helps to meet future water demands
  • Help the environment
Watch this short video to become a more efficient water user today!

Making small changes in our lifestyle can add up to huge water savings. Check back on Athens-Clarke County's Water Conservation website to discover simple things you and your family can do throughout the year to conserve water. A new topic will be added every month in 2012. You will discover conserving water is easy!

Conserve: WATER U waiting 4?



  • January: Make a New Year's resolution to conserve water in 2012. Start with these five simple changes
  • February: Love water! Replace your old showerhead with a water-saving showerhead.
  • March: World Water Day - How much water is in your food? Yes, there is a hidden water cost in the food you eat.
  • April: Rain Barrels are a great way to save water for a non-rainy day.
  • May: Don't just put plants in your yard - Hydro-zone them!
  • June: Discover ways to conserve water with Outdoor Watering Tips.
  • July: Smart Irrigation Month - learn how to get the most our of your irrigation system with the least amount of water.

        Learn More

        To learn more ways to save water and money, visit the H2ouse website.

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