Resolve to be water efficient in 2015

UPDATE (Feb. 2, 2015) Check out the new WATER CONSERVATION webpage by the Metropolitan Council of the Twin Cities to learn why conservation is necessary and how you can be part of the solution to lower lake and groundwater level problems.

Waste is always wrong and often the result of bad habits. Wasting water – a valuable natural resource – is wrong for us all who depend on water. It’s about efficiently using water before lake levels drop and conservation is required. Make a water efficiency resolution each month in 2015.

The dawn of a new year brings with it aspirations that don’t always stick around, but if you keep them simple, New Year’s resolutions can be actions you take instead of promises you break. If the typical weight-loss or exercise resolutions aren’t getting you moving, refocus your efforts on a healthier planet by resolving to save water. KnowTheFlow will do it’s part by keeping you informed and present a new resolution each month. You’ll achieve your most water–efficient year yet.

JANUARY: Make it official. Declare your commitment to making 2015 about water by taking the “I’m for Water” pledge and sharing your resolution on social media. Encourage your friends, colleagues, and neighbors to reduce their water use by connecting with WaterSense on Facebook and Twitter.

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