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Leading The Way in Water Conservation


Las Vegas is the leader in water conservation. Here is what you and your family can do to help.
Posted: June 13, 2022 by Tamara Foote

 
Leading the way in water conservation

There have been numerous reports in the media recently regarding Lake Mead's diminishing water levels which supply water to roughly 20 million people in Nevada, Arizona, California, and Mexico. These reports are worrisome not only for residents but also for those thinking about relocating to the Las Vegas Valley. The good news is, that the Southern Nevada Water Authority has made a diligent effort to preserve this resource.

Southern Nevada Water Authority's Conservation Efforts

Over the past two decades, the Authority established one of the nation’s most comprehensive and aggressive water conservation programs in Southern Nevada. These efforts have been effective. The community used 24 billion gallons less water in 2020 than in 2002, despite welcoming more than 780,000 new residents. Watch the video clip below from CBS This Morning citing Southern Nevada as a leader in water conservation.

 
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How Can You Help?

 

The SNWA is encouraging residents to assist in these efforts by making further steps to guarantee a reliable long-term water supply for our community. The good news is that they make it simple and offer numerous incentives to do so! View their rebate programs and conservation tips by clicking the links below.

I hope you found this information useful. Please share this with your neighbors, friends and family, or anyone you know who may be considering a move to Las Vegas. Email marketing@cbvegas.com if you would like a copy of the SNWA's 50-Year Water Resource Plan.

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