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Water Conservation

Some things to expect in the Pleasant View City Conservation Plan is a brief description of Pleasant View City and its water system, water problems, conservation measures, current conservation practices, current water rates, additional conservation measures, cost benefit analysis, and many other useful facts and tools to give a thorough understanding on how to conserve water in Pleasant View City. 

Why Conserve Water in Utah? 
Utah has one of the highest natural growth rates in the nation and yet only receives 13 inches of precipitation per year. This link will give you a general understanding on why conserving water in Utah is very important. 

Water Conservation Inside the Home, this page will show you ways that you can conserve water inside your home. 

Water Conservation Outside the Home, this page will show you ways that you conserve water outside your home. 

Utahwatersavers provides useful tips, consultations, and other information regarding water conservation overall for your home.

Conservewater gives a brief understanding on why everyone should be conserving water. It also provides water conservation plans, water conservation tips, and some background information that can help answer some frequently asked questions, (Where does our water come from? How do we get it? How do we use it? How can we use it better?)

Slowtheflow provides information on why water conservation in Utah is very important. It also provides some goals you can set to make water conservation in your home more manageable in both indoors and outdoors. 

Utahwaterconservationforum Utah Water Conservation Forum’s mission is to support local, state, and federal water agencies and professionals in sustaining a statewide water conservation movement. We accomplish this by increasing awareness and knowledge of the principles, methods, and research that promote water conservation and water-use efficiency.

Localscapes Provides videos and useful information on ways you can change your landscaping to conserve water better. Localscapes also provides the answers to common landscaping problems.

Cwel is a research and outreach center designed to improve efficient use of water for landscape and irrigation. CWEL's mission is to promote water conservation through environmentally, socially, and economically sound landscape management practices. CWEL is unique among water conservation efforts in that its mission is restricted to working within the issue of efficient landscape water use only.

Epa transforms the marketplace for products and services that use water, and promoting a nationwide ethic of water efficiency to conserve water resources for future generations and reduce water and wastewater infrastructure costs.

Allianceforwaterefficiency serves as a North American advocate for water-efficient products and programs, and provides information and assistance on water conservation efforts.

AWWA advocates the water audit method developed jointly by the International Water Association and AWWA. The IWA/AWWA Water Audit Method provides the best management practice tools and guidance water utilities need to efficiently manage their supplies.

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