water conservation

Water is a High Priority in China

by wfnblog on January 7, 2013


China is a growing global power in many ways and they are not afraid to spend money to increase their presence and power in the world. The 2008 Summer Olympic Games Opening Ceremonies demonstrated that, if nothing else, the Chinese are precise, dedicated, and committed to the country’s cause. With a massive push to entice […]

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How Can Gray Water Keep Landscapes Green

by wfnblog on December 18, 2012


Hearing the term ‘gray water’ might cause your stomach to turn a bit, but in Texas, it’s quickly becoming a great way to conserve clean drinking water. Gray water is the leftover tap water from bathtubs, showers, washing machines, and other “soapy” water used in the house. It should not contain serious contaminants. Water from […]

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Looking to Save Water This Summer?

by wfnblog on August 4, 2010


Everyone is looking to save a few bucks and conserve water, so what are a few ways to do both during the next few months?

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Ways to Conserve Water

by wfnblog on January 19, 2010


As the world becomes more environmentally conscious and many of our natural resources become more endangered, we’re all looking for ways to save and conserve these precious resources. Water, being one of our most important and essential resources, is especially scarce in many regions of the world today. And add to that the significance of […]

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