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Recently, We Had Experienced Something Very Unusual ...RAIN...A Little Rain!

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Recently, We Had Experienced Something Very Unusual ...RAIN...A Little Rain!

It is human nature, whenever people see it raining water conservation doesn't seem to be as important as during a dry and parched summer. The tragedies and difficulties from this drought have been well documented. 

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Sally-Save-Water® Makes An Appearance in the Stockton Record

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Sally-Save-Water® Makes Appearance in the Stockton Record

Sally-Save-Water™ made an appearance in the Stockton Record this morning. Take a moment to read Alex Breitler's article and get to know  Sally-Save-Water® just a little better. 

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Interesting Things Are Happening In Water Conservation! Water Extracted From Cow's Milk Operates Factory!

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Interesting Things Are Happening In Water Conservation! Water Extracted From Cow's Milk Operates Factory.

The Nestle' Corporation has had an interesting transformation and expansion of it's dairy factory in Jalisco, Mexico. The Cero Agua factory has become the company's first "zero water" manufacturing site in the world. 

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Don't Waste Your Time... Trying To Cook Up Your Own Outreach Campaign!

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Thursday, November 06, 2014
The Recipe for Successful Public Awareness Campaigns

The 4 C's of an outstanding public awareness campaign require it being; complete, consistent, cohesive, and comprehensive. 

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To Go Artificial Grass or Not? Part 4

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Wednesday, November 05, 2014
To Go Artificial Grass or Not? Part 4

Update to the question of wether to install artificial turf or not in our garden? The answer is yes, but, not until Spring. I will update through the process, once we begin. 

Are you considering putting in artificial turf, also? Let us know what you decide. 

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Sally-Save-Water® Your Environmental Business Partner!

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Sally-Save-Water® Your Environmental Business Partner!

It is so true, business owners today have a multitude of issues to deal with; finances, employees, state regulations, federal regulations, benefit plans, etc... Not to mention their desire or discovered need for their business to become environmentally conscious and engaged. Make certain your business is going to become "green-friendly" for the reason that your business or board of director's truly wants to make a commitment to the sustainability of our planet. 

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To Go Artificial Grass or Not? Part 3

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
To Go Artificial Grass or Not? Part 4

As the seasons change and my backyard area becomes drier and more desperately in need of reincarnation.....I continue my informational pursuit of replacing it with artificial grass.  Having found the phone number, on line, of the distributor of the sample I liked, I took a chance and called them directly. 

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To Go Artificial Grass or Not? Part 2

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Wednesday, October 08, 2014
To Go Artificial Grass or Not? Part 2

As I take you on my pursuit to gather information about whether to install artificial lawn to conserve water, I continue to chronicle my process here at SallySaveWater.com. With my backyard measurements in hand I am off to a big box store to see what I could learn. Although, they had a couple of artificial lawn samples (attached to the wall) to look at, touch and feel....that was it. They had no brochures, no samples to take home and imagine on my lawn or an informative sales clerk with specific information about the product.   

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To Go Artificial Grass or Not?

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
To Go Artificial Grass or Not?

That's the question I am investigating, currently. It is a long term commitment to water conservation, without a doubt! However, upfront costs make it a cost deterrent to many, I have been told. I have a small grass area in my back yard, with an area is approximately 21'x11', yet, I think an excellent opportunity to go through the process of gathering the information to decide if this is something I will do, soon. 

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How Much Water Does It Take to Process a Quarter Pound of Hamburger?

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Wednesday, September 03, 2014
How Much Water Does It Take to Process a Quarter Pound of Hamburger?

Approximately one gallon says the EPA.

I enjoy an occasional good hamburger.....But, think about this: Farmers need water to grow grass for the cattle, the meat needs factory processing, you use water to wash your hands before you prepare the meat and water to wash up after you have touched raw meat....and water for clean up of plates, pan, etc. after you have eaten it!

Just something to think about. There is water in our food, even if we can't see it. 

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