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GLRPPR Sector Resource: The Case for Fixing the Leaks: Protecting People and Saving Water While Supporting Economic Growth in the Great Lakes Region

Title:
The Case for Fixing the Leaks: Protecting People and Saving Water While Supporting Economic Growth in the Great Lakes Region

Abstract:
The Center for Neighborhood Technology (CNT) is initiating a collaborative campaign to "Fix the Leaks" in the Great Lakes states. We are calling on state and municipal leaders, water service utilities, industry-related agencies, and Great Lakes institutions to work together on: -- New research regarding water loss and related issues -- Education and technical support opportunities to encourage industry best practices -- Investigating and shaping supportive policies that encourage best practices, public reporting, and improved planning.

URL:
http://www.cnt.org/media/CNT_CaseforFixingtheLeaks.pdf

Source:
Center for Neighborhood Technology (CNT)

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
2013

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