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Fixing Leaks Saving Water Although most of the earth is covered with water, only 1% of that water is actually drinkable. In spite of its importance, drinkable water is often taken for granted. For many people, fresh water is as close as their faucets. This accessibility can give the illusion that the supply of drinkable water is unlimited. It also makes it easy for people to be unconcerned with all of the necessary treatment water undergoes prior to reaching their faucets....

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Minnesota Plumbing Repair Services | MN Plumber The City of Minneapolis has an ample supply of water from the Mississippi River, but it is important to find ways to conserve water whenever possible. The less water you use, the lower your utility bill will be. It will also help ensure that there will be plenty of water for all uses....

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Plumbing Repair MN | Repair Dripping Faucets and Leaky Toilets The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that 11,000 gallons of water are wasted each year from running toilets, dripping faucets and other plumbing leaks in the home. Most of these leaks are easily fixed and could save you hundreds of dollars on your water bill. A certified plumber has the knowledge and skills to troubleshoot and fix any leaks in your home....

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Plumbing Service and Repair MN | Minnesota Plumber Household plumbing maintenance issues can seem like just an irritating thing that you might get to sometime. But every drip drip drip of water that goes down the drain is water that you pay for each month. A leaky faucet or toilet that runs can add up to gallons and gallons of water every month literally down the drain....

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Fix a Leak Week | Repair Dripping Faucets, Running Toilets, and Leaky Showerheads MN March 12-18 marks Fix-a-Leak Week, and it’s a great time to make some repairs to keep your money from literally going down the drain. To encourage people to investigate possible water leakage in their homes, Fix a Leak Week, sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the national awareness campaign takes place from March 12th to 18th, and is designed to be a designated time to check household plumbing fixtures and irrigation systems for leaks....

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Fix-A-Leak Week, March 12-18, 2012 To encourage homeowners, renters, and property managers to check for and fix water plumbing leaks in their homes, WaterSense, an EPA Partnership Program, is promoting national Fix A Leak. Fix a Leak Week is celebrated in March of each year as a time to remind Americans to check their household fixtures and irrigation systems for leaks....

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Money Saving Tips To Reduce Your Utility Bill As we become more and more aware that we may be using water at an unsustainable pace, the idea of water footprints-the amount of water an individual uses-is becoming more common. Remember that water is a valuable resource that shouldn’t be wasted. Your water is clean, safe and convenient but you have to pay for its treatment and the system to deliver it to you. By conserving water in your home, you also save energy needed to heat it or run appliances. ...

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Solve Household Plumbing Leaks According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency minor water leaks in homes account for more than 1 trillion gallons of water wasted each year in the United States. That’s equivalent to the annual water use of Los Angeles, Chicago, and Miami combined. The average household’s leaks can account for more than 10,000 gallons of water wasted every year, or enough to wash nearly 10 months’ worth of laundry....