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Sign-on Letter: Administration Again Calls for EPA WaterSense Program's Elimination in 2019
The White House has unveiled its Fiscal Year 2019 budget request, and the EPA's WaterSense program  is again proposed for elimination. With the success of the industry’s efforts last year, we are again seeking signatories on the sign-on letter. We ask that you respond by COB, March 2. [READ MORE]
 
Cape Town Looks to Defeat "Day Zero"
"Day Zero, the day we may have to start queueing for water, has now moved to 9 July due to a weekly drop in dam levels of only 0.5% (as compared to a 1.9% drop in 2014). This week’s lower rate of consumption can be attributed to the Groenland water reaching Steenbras Upper Dam last week and slightly increasing the dam level, as well as to a further reduction in Cape Town’s weekly average demand to 523 megalitres per day (MLD) compared to 1 130 MLD in 2014." [READ MORE]
Salesforce Announces Innovative Water Recycling System for Salesforce Tower
Salesforce, the global leader in CRM, recently announced that Salesforce Tower—which opened to the first group of Salesforce employees this week—will feature the largest on-site water recycling system in a commercial high-rise building in the United States. This is a transformative milestone in the company's ongoing sustainability journey and the first of its kind for the City of San Francisco. [READ MORE]
 
New Study: Water Savings Program Results in Significant Energy Efficiency
Households that conserve water through home water reports will be pleased to learn that they may be saving money on another utility bill. A new study, Spillovers from Behavioral Interventions: Experimental Evidence from Water and Energy Use, shows that when consumers are informed of their water consumption rates, not only do they conserve that resource, they become more energy efficient, as well. [READ MORE]

WaterSense Looks to Update Program for Labeling Water-Efficient Homes
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is planning to revise its criteria and process for labeling water-efficient homes. [READ MORE]
 
 
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