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Join us March 14th – 20th to take the #FixALeakWeek Challenge and check your home for the most common types of leaks. Do the Challenge all at once, or pick one item each day to check off the list. When we all work together to use water wisely it adds up to make a ...Continue Reading →
When Educators at the Cedar River Watershed Education Center (CRWEC) could no longer connect children to the source of their drinking water via school field trips, they worked with Seattle Public Utilities to create a virtual field trip to bring the watershed to the students. Through a series of videos and activity sheets students, and all greater Seattle customers, can learn all about their drinking water now, and into the future.Continue Reading →
No one benefits from leaks and they often waste more than you think. For many homeowners fixing leaks is a DIY project.
December 23, 2019 by Diane Peters
In the basement of the Center for Urban Innovation at Ryerson University in Toronto, a lone toilet sits on a raised, tiled platform. Darko Joksimovic, an associate professor of civil engineering, drops a clean bathroom wipe into the bowl and flushes. It swims down a 66-foot pipeline that includes two 90-degree turns and clears it in one go.
He then collects the soggy material and drops ...Continue Reading →