During Service Line Awareness Week, learn about water conservation methods that you can use at home and share with others to make a difference in your community! As part of Service Line Awareness Week:

  • We will provide facts and figures to alert citizens of the seriousness of the water conservation issue.
  • We will provide educational materials to get people thinking, and help you demonstrate simple ways
    to improve water and conservation awareness.
  • We will provide print materials, social media items and website support.

On average, 10 gallons per day of your water footprint (or 14% of your indoor use) is lost to leaks. Short of installing new water-efficient fixtures, one of the easiest, most effective ways to cut your footprint is by repairing leaky faucets and toilets.
Source: National Geographic

More than 30 percent of the nation is experiencing at least a moderate drought, making this one of the most severe water shortages in American history.
Source: Derek Prall, American City and County, 2014. The average American lifestyle is kept afloat by about 2,000 gallons of water a day. This is twice the global average.
Source: National Geographic

Nearly 60% of a person’s household water footprint can go toward lawn and garden maintenance.
Source: National Geographic

Please select which package you would like to receive and email your selection along with your city name, contact name and email address, in our Contact Form.

Package 1

  • 1 poster
  • 500 flyers

Package 2

  • 2 posters
  • 1,000 flyers

Package 3

  • 5 posters
  • 1,500 flyers

Package 4

  • No posters
  • 500 flyers

 

 

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