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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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TeraValve offers revolutionary valves that can cut bills down to 8-20% and saves water waste as well.
The bright side is that a significant amount of water waste can be eliminated through some very simple steps and easy-to-do repairs at home.
PHOENIX, June 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Homeowners and property managers plagued by the recurring problem of broken, bursting drip emitters have a simple, low-cost solution thanks to the introduction of Drip Crimp -- the first patented, commercial-grade hand tool and copper ring designed to permanently secure drip irrigation emitters to plastic drip lines in order to prevent water waste.
Avoiding water waste is important, as supply and demand can be finely balanced during a hot summer.
I have learned that the city of Santa Monica has a ``no water waste ordinance'' that mandates $250 fines to property owners whose sprinklers do any of the following: 1) water between 10 a.
The branch bank office on the ground floor will receive its heating and cooling from the water waste products at no additional cost
May 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- iEfficient, a collaborative conservation campaign developed by water agencies and cities throughout Southern California's Inland Empire, is a finalist for three American Business Awards for its efforts to help end water waste as the state faces its fourth consecutive year of drought.
In this way, environmental and/or cost-conscious tenants can reduce their individual water and sewer costs dramatically, since they do not pay for their neighbors' water waste.
This awareness week is aimed at eliminating water waste caused by household leaks, many of which go unseen.
This reduction in water waste allows the city to be better insulated against droughts and will allow us to defer or completely avoid expansions of wastewater treatment plants and water supply sources," Gelber said.