Water Conservation at EPA

The U.S. population has doubled over the past 50 years, while our thirst for water has tripled. With at least 40 states anticipating water shortages by 2024, the need to conserve water is critical. EPA strives to integrate water management best practices at all of its facilities. EPA occupies two main types of facilities: offices and laboratories. … Continued

These 3 US Cities Could Be The Next To Face A Severe Water Cris

Originally published on The Climate Reality Project. The world watched attentively as Cape Town residents counted the days (and drops) to Day Zero – when the city’s taps could have run dry. The South African city has now pushed back the dreaded deadline to 2019, but it’s still in the midst of its worst drought in history. Poorer … Continued

Snow Drought

We Typically think of drought as a summer time experience.  But in many areas our water comes from sources  brought to us throughout the year.  Often this comes in winter months in the form of snow What is Snow Drought? Snowpack typically acts as a natural reservoir, providing water throughout the drier summer months. Lack of … Continued