WATER CONSERVATION

Taking Action on Water Conservation in Newfoundland and Labrador

This initiative focuses on water conservation throughout the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. CCNL is addressing various aspects of our water resources through the delivery of a pan-provincial education campaign and an action-based conservation study of residents on the Northeast Avalon.

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Key Project Focus Areas:

Public Education Campaign

Public education on the necessity, value, and application of water conservation practices

Well Owners

Developing meaningful and comprehensive tools by which well owners can become informed and engaged in actively protecting their water source

Home Study

A study of baseline water consumption rates in 100 homes in the Northeast Avalon, and the impact of education and water conservation tools on water consumption rates

Frequently Asked Questions

Helpful answers and links to further information on water consumption, safety, and services in NL.

Why is Water Conservation Important in Our Province?

According to Environment Canada’s 2011 Municipal Water Use Report, Newfoundlanders and Labradorians use the most water per capita in Canada. It’s our responsibility to do our part whenever possible and be more aware of our daily water consumption. Conserving water doesn’t have to be a big inconvenience! Other provinces in Canada use considerably less water than here in NL.

WATER USE IN NL
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