Every Drop Counts
The City of Amarillo launched their water conservation campaign called, "Every Drop Counts." CRMWA officials along with The Panhandle Groundwater District supported the effort and say every bit we can save, ... via KVII-TV Amarillo
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#1 Mar 20, 2008
Conservation of water is everyone's problem all over the US. We should all be responsible and cognizant of our water usage.Watering during morning or evening when the sun isnt as strong helps . Fix water leaks a dripping faucet wastes way more water then watering the side walk . Use washers after 7 pm to cut down on electricity usage. Put 2 20 oz water bottles filled with gravel in comode water tank. this will allow less water usage when flushing a comode. sure people should be aware of wasting water while watering lawns .
#2 Mar 27, 2008
Who was that guy who was going to sell our water,T boone or Tbone something
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