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Shrubs Introduction

Shrubs Introduction Shrubs are typically defined as a woody plant arising from multiple stems at the base.  They are typically smaller than trees (under 20 feet) although many trees can be classified as shrubs depending on where they grow and...

Board of Directors 10/23/2017 9:27:20 AM

Board Members  Find out more about our Memberships »  Carole Baker (Chair) Director of Intergovernmental Relations, Subsidence District (Texas) Gunnar Baldwin Senior Manager, Business Development, TOTO USA, Inc. (New Hampshire) David Bracciano (Vice President of Programs) Demand Management Coordinator, Tampa...

Yukon Policy Information 12/17/2012 5:12:11 PM

Yukon  2012 Policy Information   The Yukon, one of three territories in Canada, is sparsely populated (approximately 30,000) with the major population centres being Whitehorse (pop. 22,898) and Dawson City (pop. 1,250).  Some of the outlying communities receive bulk water delivery but the...

Manitoba Policy Information 12/17/2012 5:0:40 PM

Manitoba  2012 Policy Information   Manitoba is home to three of Canada’s fifteen largest lakes Lake Winnipeg, Lake Manitoba and Lake Winnipegosis. There are approximately 400 public water systems in Manitoba, 45% of which rely on surface water as their source of supply,...

Prince Edward Island Policy Information 12/17/2012 5:8:1 PM

Prince Edward Island 2012 Policy Information    Prince Edward Island (PEI), as the name suggests, is an island and it is solely dependent on groundwater.  The smallest of both the provinces and territories in Canada by land base, it also has one...

Nunavut Policy Information 12/17/2012 5:6:16 PM

Nunavut  2012 Policy Information   Nunavut is the newest territory to join the Federation of Canada separating from the North West Territories in 1999.  Nunavut comprises a major portion of Northern Canada, and most of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, and has both...

New Foundland and Labrador Policy Information 12/17/2012 5:4:3 PM

New Foundland and Labrador  2012 Policy Information   The residents of Newfoundland and Labrador are primarily dependent on public water supplies for their domestic water needs. Approximately 83% of the province’s population receives water from public sources and 17% from private sources....

Nova Scotia Policy Information 12/17/2012 5:5:30 PM

Nova Scotia  2012 Policy Information   While the population of Nova Scotia is declining in general, this does not mean a corresponding decline in the stress on water resources. Domestic, industrial, agricultural, and recreational uses for water are intensifying in parts of...

British Columbia Policy Information 12/17/2012 5:2:3 PM

British Columbia - 2012 Policy Information   The province of British Columbia (BC) is widely diverse in its geography - from the Canadian Rockies to the Okanagan Valley, and from desert-like conditions to temperate rain forests.  The majority of the population gets its water from surface sources, but these source...

Ontario Policy Information 06/05/2014 12:1:0 PM

Province  2012 Policy Information   Insert intro paragraph here Use the links below to jump to a specific question Q1. Agencies Q9. Permitting Q17. Technical Assistance Q2. Toilet Regulations   Q10. Drought Plans Q18. Volumetric Billing   Q3. Showerhead Regulations Q11. Conservation Plans Q19. Metered...

Residential Dishwasher Introduction 05/17/2016 1:49:17 PM

Residential Dishwasher Introduction How many homes in the U.S. are actually equipped with automatic dishwashers? The American Housing Surveys for the U.S. (1985 to 2003) confirm an increasing trend in the installation of these appliances. According to...