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Water Efficiency & Conservation Resources

 
 

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Training & Tools

Case Studies & Best Management Practices

Working with States

State Actions

  • Alliance for Water Efficiency Resource Library Exit EPA Disclaimer The Alliance for Water Efficiency Resource Library hosts a clickable map of the United States that provides state-by-state information on water efficiency incentives and regulations.
  • The Metropolitan North Georgia Water District Exit EPA Disclaimer Created the Georgia General Assembly in 2001 to work with local governments, water and wastewater utilities, and stakeholders to develop a comprehensive regional water resources plan to protect water quality and water supply, to protect recreational values of the waters, and to minimize potential adverse impacts of development on water.
  • Washington State's Water Use Efficiency (WUE) ProgramExit EPA Disclaimer increases awareness about how the efficient use of water strengthens the relationship between the reliability and safety of our water supplies. Washington State has one of the most comprehensive regulatory WUE programs in the nation by requiring municipal water suppliers to demonstrate and report their efficient use of water. These requirements stemmed from a 2003 Municipal Water Law (MWL) and subsequent Water Use Efficiency Rule, which impacts all community water systems in the state.
  • The Texas Water Development BoardExit EPA Disclaimer The Texas Water Development Board's Water Conservation Division developed several guides as part of its mission to provide leadership, planning, financial assistance, information and education for the conservation and responsible development of water for Texas.

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