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Submitted on January 28, 2021
Environment America, U.S. PIRG and the Alliance for Water Efficiency have filed two appeals to protect federal efficiency standards for showerheads , clothes washers and dryers . The suits challenge two new Department of Energy rules. One rule changes the definition of a showerhead, and the other rule creates a new class of clothes washers and dryers with no water or energy-saving requirements.
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Submitted on January 13, 2021
In this issue of Water Efficiency Watch: Department of Energy Issues Final Rules That Slash Efficiency Standards; AWE and Water & Planning Network Host a Webinar; Welcome to Two New AWE Board Members; New Category of G480 Verification; Open Channel Systems; Fix a Leak Week; AWE Member Interview: Jill Greiner; Beta Test the Revamped Home Water Works Site; WaterSmart Innovations Conference and Exposition Issues Call for Abstracts; California Irrigation Institute Conference; WateReuse Symposium; ACE 21; News Briefs.
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Submitted on December 16, 2020
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced a final rule yesterday that adopts a revised definition for "showerhead," and separate definitions for "body spray" and "safety shower showerhead"...
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Submitted on November 6, 2020
In this issue: AWE Files Comments on Proposed DOE Showerhead and Clothes Washer Regulations; Executive Order on Water Infrastructure; Learning Landscapes Grant Awardees; AWE Webinar with Vessel the Leak Detecting Dog; CalWEP Peer to Peer; AWE Water Star Award; AWE Welcomes New Program Associate; City of Hillsboro, Oregon Deploys In-PRV Pressure Management & Micro-hydro System; AWE New Member Spotlight – Metrus Energy; Sustainable Waters Analysis on Colorado River Water Budget: “The Shark Is Upon Us”; WaterSense Partner of the Year Awards; Bureau of Reclamation Funding Opportunities.
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Submitted on October 14, 2020
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has proposed a rule to approve new showerheads, following up on President Trump's repeated pledges to eliminate restrictions and revert back to decades-old flow rates.
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Submitted on September 15, 2020
With the impending retirement of founding President and CEO Mary Ann Dickinson, the Board of Directors of the Alliance for Water Efficiency, a stakeholder-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is seeking applicants for the position of President and CEO to lead staff, board and stakeholders toward a world where communities, businesses, and ecosystems have the water they need to thrive.
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Submitted on September 8, 2020
In this issue of Water Efficiency Watch: Trump Administration Rolls Back Showerhead and Clothes Washer Efficiency; Tribute to A Water Conservation Warrior; Introduction to Conservation Planning Course with Amy Vickers; G480 Update; Chronic Underinvestment in America’s Water Infrastructure Puts the Economy at Risk; Interview with SCV’s Matt Dickens; “Sustainable Waters” Maps Water Shortages; Census Data Helps Conservation Planning; News briefs and member updates.
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Submitted on July 20, 2020
The Alliance for Water Efficiency (AWE) seeks a qualified individual to serve in the position of Program Planner. The chosen individual will be an integral part of AWE’s Chicago office. The ideal candidate must be very organized, detail oriented, and flexible.
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Submitted on May 5, 2020
We need your help! Supportive comments are needed in response to a Federal Register notice.
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Submitted on May 4, 2020
In this issue of Water Efficiency Watch: WaterSense Needs Your Help; Learning Landscapes Grant Program; #GivingTuesdayNow; Water Sector Vigilance in response to COVID-19; 84% of Americans Want Increased Investment in Water; CalWEP Tools and Tips for Working at Home; Register for the next Innovations in Efficiency Webinar; Member Interview with Jennifer Walker; Conferences Rescheduled
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