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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Water Use: Drop It When It’s Hot

Title:
Water Use: Drop It When It’s Hot

Abstract:
When the mercury rises, so does your water use. Peak water use describes the time of year when residential water use is at its highest, usually late July and early August, depending on where you live. While using water efficiently is important throughout the year, sometimes the timing of water use can make a big difference for community water supplies--and your water bill.

URL:
http://epa.gov/watersense/water_efficiency/when_its_hot.html

Source:
U.S. EPA WaterSense

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
2011

Associated Sectors:

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