The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted a unique use for water conservation. Last month, the city of Orlando, Florida, drew national attention for its unusual plea asking water customers to conserve water due to increased liquid oxygen consumption at healthcare facilities across the state and nation.
AWE's Water Star Award celebrates an “unsung hero”, the quiet water conservation practitioner working in the trenches who makes a huge difference by their dedication, passion, and progressive approaches to move forward our field.
In this issue of Water Efficiency Watch: AWE Launches Version 4.0 of Water Conservation Tracking Tool; Lake Mead Water Shortage; WSI and AWE Meetings in Las Vegas; Imagine a Day Without Water; DOE Proposes Reversal of Weakened Water Efficiency Standards; Legislative Update; Emerging Water Technology Symposium - Submit Abstracts; 37th Annual WateReuse Symposium; USBR WaterSMART Grants; AWE Member Spotlight; News Briefs.
AWE's Annual Member Meeting, to be held October 5 at the South Point Hotel in Las Vegas, will feature Andy Belanger, Director of Public Services for the Las Vegas Valley Water District and Southern Nevada Water Authority as a keynote speaker.