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Save money and water

Save money and water

Get the W.I.S.E. Guys to check your irrigation system By Bob Dailey Saving money on water bills and conserving water resources are real issues now that water rates have been rising for several years., infrastructures need repairing and resources are dwindling. Broken and clogged nozzles, unaligned heads,

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It’s time for The Woodlands to talk about the price of water

It’s time for The Woodlands to talk about the price of water

Water is the most essential utility delivered to The Woodlands each day. It meets drinking and sanitation needs. It provides fire protection and supplies irrigation for yards and gardens. Paradoxically, water is, for some residents, the least valued utility.

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Participate in the Water-Wise Village Challenge

Participate in the Water-Wise Village Challenge

The goal of this challenge is for residents to pledge that they will turn off the automated sprinkler system or not water the grass until April 15.

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Learn DIY Drip Irrigation and Rainwater Harvesting Basics. Free Workshops

Learn DIY Drip Irrigation and Rainwater Harvesting Basics. Free Workshops

Want to install your own drip irrigation project? How about rainwater harvesting? Hands-on workshops this summer for those interested in setting up a drip irrigation system and/or rain water collection system.

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Home water conservation is easy, once you realize how and where you are using water.

Home water conservation is easy, once you realize how and where you are using water.

The Alliance for Water Efficiency has developed an accurate advanced home water calculator that allows users to accurately gauge water usage.

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