Preserve the Environment and the Pipelines in your Arizona Home

Storm water pollution is a continuing problem for the environment, nationwide and in many cities throughout Arizona. Low amounts of precipitation result in a higher concentration of pollutants during each rain event as compared to cities in less arid regions.  There are a few good rules of thumb when it comes to the environment and the quest against stormwater pollutants. One is to use rock, filter cloth or other material over storm drain inlets. Doing so can be helpful in filtering

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University of Arizona’s Water Cooperatives

Throughout the Western US, population growth and expanding urban areas will increase water demand even as climate changes affect supply equations. Communities may be challenged to consistently deliver sufficient water to meet demands, obtain additional supplies, and construct additional infrastructure, all while ensuring enough water for environmental needs and for cooling the urban environment. The University of Arizona is taking part in several initiatives. Including, irrigation management and desert water harvesting. The Irrigation Management program provides growers with up-to-date information

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