What are some questions you have about water conservation?

I am doing an event on water conservation and wanted to see where the public interest is, what are some questions you have? Concerns? Things you would like to know more about. Thanks


    • Dr Feelgood on April 25, 2010 at 11:11 am
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    Considering i live next to the biggest fresh water source in the world i don’t worry about it. If everyone wants to conserve quit buying water in plastic bottles and drink tap water. Most of the bottled water is tap water anyhow plus we could “pollute” our landfills much less.
    • Keith on April 25, 2010 at 11:20 am
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    I would pose the following questions

    1) How effective is home water conservation and should it be required?
    1a) Should municipalities be able to mandate how much green area you have during times of water shortages?
    2) How effective is water conservation in restaurants and should it be mandated?
    3) In drought prone areas, should farmers be encouraged to grow drought resistant crops in lieu of traditional crops that might otherwise be grown there?
    4) Should municipalities install more public drinking fountains thereby discouraging the ue of bottled water, thereby reducing the plastic waste?

    I hope this helps. I live in an area of frequent drought conditions and we are very aware of the need for the conservation of water, both for urban and agricultural concerns.

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