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All economic sectors need to continue to develop water-efficient technologies and practices.
We also want businesses and households to take advantage of new water-efficient technologies.
Water-efficient technologies and practices could help to reduce leakages and wastage.
For O'Brien, ending the Beacon water war could help persuade other solar companies to adopt water-efficient technology and approaches.
Water-efficient technology, like low-flow showerheads and taps fitted with flow restrictors, which reduce water wastage.
If your workplace uses water in its production process or for washing goods or equipment, evaluate the process to see if you can adopt more water-efficient technology.
Over all, demand for water has declined steadily in this and in many other metropolitan areas, because of water-efficient technologies like low-flow toilets, and stricter building codes.
Actions such as public education and changes in water pricing have resulted in reducing per capita water use by changing attitudes towards water conservation and encouraging water-efficient technology.
And in California, regulators recently pressured the utility giant FPL Group to use more water-efficient technology in a solar power plant project while denying access to water supplies to other developers.
Addressing the consequences of climate change in particular water scarcity and droughts is one of the priorities of EU regional policy in the period 2007-2013. The new legislative framework provides for investments in infrastructure related to water management (storage, distribution, treatment), clean and water-efficient technologies as well as risk prevention measures.
Fourthly, Europe really ought to try to become a global leader in water-saving technology.
For Israel, which is two-thirds desert, water-saving technologies are of critical importance.
With scarce water resources, Israel has developed various water-saving technologies, including drip irrigation.
And in poor communities especially, investment in water-saving technology probably calls for more capital than community members themselves can muster.
The focus is on changing consumer and plumbing behavior through the use of energy efficiency and water-saving technologies.
Water-saving technology for the home includes:
While water-saving technologies are evolving, less certain are regulation or policy decisions that might push power plant operators to adopt them.
Other water-saving technology for businesses includes:
Adding rain-water harvesting systems and other innovative water-saving technology to our offices has helped to cut our water use by more than a third (39%).
It will encourage industries to adopt water-saving technologies and use cleaner sources of energy such as natural gas and alternative fuels.
Exports of water-saving technologies total $1.5 billion a year, said Oded Distell, head of the government's water technology program.
Experts attribute the decline to new water-saving technologies and practices ranging from less wasteful irrigation gear to water-stingy toilets.
At 36 cents a piece, city officials say they're a steal compared to other water-saving technologies, and the only care that the balls need are the occasional rotation.
(AP) - Americans are using less water per person now than they have since the mid-1950s, thanks to water-saving technologies and a nationwide push to safeguard dwindling supplies.
This includes better management of soil, water-saving technology, matching crops to environments, introducing different crop varieties, crop rotations, appropriate fertilization use, and supporting community-based adaptation strategies.
From state-of-the-art water-saving technologies to innovative heating and cooling systems to advanced xeriscaping techniques, every aspect of the Thornburg Campus was meticulously designed with environmental impact in mind.
Other market-based direct catalysts include tax incentives for investment in water-saving technologies by industries, rebates for low-water-use appliances in homes, as well as loans, discounts, and technical assistance.
"A national plan that genuinely provides farmers with secure, long-term access to water will give them the certainty they need to invest in new water-saving technology, providing environmental dividends the broader community is seeking.
To address this issue, the government of Gujarat has begun working with NGOs and universities to create new incentives for water conservation and to promote the adoption of water-saving technologies.
U.S. assistance also increases utilization of Georgia's water resources and other natural resources, and conserves ecological systems critical to sustained economic growth, including the use of better water-saving technologies and pricing strategies.
"A national approach that gives farmers secure access to water, allowing them to continue investing in new water-saving technology, is the only way to provide the environmental benefits the entire community is seeking," Mr Anderson said.
The two sides have decided to initiate collaborative projects in such priority areas as agricultural biotechnology, water-saving technology, and gene bank technology and practices under the U.S.-China Agricultural Research Flagship Program.
(AP) - By investing in water-saving technology, California's drought-burdened farmers could save enough water annually to fill four times over a reservoir that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger supports building, according to a report released this week.
Without better management and new water-saving technologies, forecasters have suggested that cholera could return to London, Africans could be forced into mass migration, causing civil unrest in Europe, and the booming economy in China could crash in just eight years.
There is a lack of awareness of the value of water, water-saving technology is inadequate, and pricing policies do not promote conservation, as is the case in Buenos Aires where lack of metering is one of the main causes of its very high consumption patterns.