Harris County Water Control Improvement District 116
Harris County Water Control Improvement District 116

Conservation

Water is one of the most important resources on the planet and one of the primary necessities to sustain life on Earth. While it may seem like Earth is constantly getting new water from rain and snow, this is actually the same water that is constantly being reused as part of the water cycle. Water on the ground evaporates into clouds, which then precipitate water to the ground. It is possible for the world to run out of drinkable water, so it is important for everyone to use less water at home and try not to waste it. Thankfully, there are lots of easy ways to cut down on your water use. Click on link(s) below for helpful and informative water conservation tips for inside and outside of your home.

 

The District encourages customers to use water wisely.  The District is an AWBD Water Smart member and funds the Harris-Galveston Subsidence District Water Wise education program at Yeager Elementary School.

 

Sprinkler systems account for most of the wasted water in this community.  Check your system regularly for leaks.  The frequency of watering lawns and landscaping should be monitored closely. The North Harris County Regional Water Authority web site has a page with tips to maximize the efficiency of lawn and landscape irrigation.

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