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Posts Tagged ‘water conservation’

toothbrushing, lawn watering, laundry, and showering

You’ve undoubtedly heard numerous times that water conservation is one of the most effective ways of sustaining the environment. In addition to saving you money on you monthly water bill, limiting the amount of water that you use every day reduces overall water pollution and it saves thousands of dollars that would have been spent […]

Shower Hacks We Can't Live Without

If you’re completely honest with yourself, you probably spend a solid 10 minutes daydreaming in the shower before hurriedly washing and conditioning your hair and lathering with some soap. Maintaining a healthy, efficient shower routine is a great way to conserve water, but staying on task in the shower can prove difficult. Not to mention […]

World Water Day is March 22nd

As you can imagine, we take water conservation very seriously at Pelican Water. Water is our planet’s most precious resource; polluting water reservoirs or mismanaging water supplies can reap terrible consequences for the environment and for the health of your family. In the United States the water infrastructure is long overdue for a facelift, and […]

nestle water lawsuit

A quick refresher: multiple environmental groups filed lawsuits against Nestle for continuously withdrawing millions of gallons a year from Strawberry Creek in San Bernardino National Forest with a permit that expired in 1988, or over 25 years ago. When the news first broke in 2015 Nestle defended its right to syphon and remove local resources […]

plants that require the most water

Those with a green thumb are well aware that countless houseplants require plentiful water to maintain a full, lush green. A lot of homeowners, especially in drought-stricken areas, have switched to drought-resistant houseplants that require little sustenance to survive and thrive. We’ve previously detailed low-maintenance indoor houseplants that don’t need much water to spring to […]