Between lots of activity on Twitter and a national celebration to bring awareness to Pollution Prevention Week, plus summer ending and with it outdoor summer fun – RecycledH2O published some stellar articles.
Below is a list with a quick synopsis of every article written since the August 2015 – Content Roll Up.
- Homeowner cuts water usage 76% by hauling recycled water – A quick follow up with a Danville resident who hauls recycled water 6 days a week. This article even caught the attention of his water provider East Bay Municipal Water District.
- Recycled Water Fill Station Stats for August 2015 – City of Brentwood, City of Healdsburg, Ironhouse SD & more – Published fill station stats for 25% of the Free Residential Recycled Water Fill Stations in the state. Even learned about an automatic fill station tech that some agencies are investing in.
- 275 gallon tote vs. Water Bladder vs. 55 gallon barrel – Compared the top 3 containers for hauling recycled water. Always size your container to the payload capacity of your vehicle.
- Do you know which NFL Stadium in California uses Recycled Water? – A follow up to a similar article about MLB stadiums. Talked to West Coast Turf and got the inside scoop!
- Pollution Prevention Week – September 21-25, 2015 – the EPA celebrated 25 years of this national week to raise awareness to Pollution Prevention.
- Fruit labels are polluting the environment – First article for Pollution Prevention week bringing awareness to those pesky fruit labels and other plastic trash that flows down the drain and directly to the ocean.
- Don’t flush your drugs – but why? – We dug into the science behind why you shouldn’t flush your drugs. In some cases, male fish exposed to drugs in streams and rivers are exhibiting female attributes. Learned that most treatment plants can’t filter the chemicals in expired drugs from the wastewater stream.
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— Recycled H2O (@recycledh20) September 23, 2015