PostHeaderIcon Unintended consequences of conserving water: leaky pipes, less revenue, bad odors – Los Angeles Times


Los Angeles Times
Unintended consequences of conserving water: leaky pipes, less revenue, bad odors
Los Angeles Times
Under orders to slash water use amid a historic drought, cities and towns across the state saved about 75 billion gallons in July, eclipsing Gov. Jerry Brown's once-daunting order for a 25% reduction. But, in a paradox of conservation, water agencies

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PostHeaderIcon Shooting Challenge: The Craziest Filter You Can Find – Gizmodo


Gizmodo
Shooting Challenge: The Craziest Filter You Can Find
Gizmodo
You kids and your #nofilter tags. Everything's filtered! The engineer who built your camera made dozens of decisions about color, lighting, and contrast processing. So for this week's Shooting Challenge, let's celebrate the filter. Nay, let's full-out

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PostHeaderIcon A Town Without Water – TIME


TIME
A Town Without Water
TIME
As California faces its fourth year in a drought, the farming region of Tulare County, located three hours north of Los Angeles, is at the epicenter of the crisis. To date, 5,433 residents in this rural region twice the size of Delaware are without

PostHeaderIcon How Much Water Should We Drink Every Day? – New York Times

How Much Water Should We Drink Every Day?
New York Times
We won't quibble with Dr. Aaron E. Carroll's views on dehydration (“The Persistent Health Myth of 8 Glasses of Water a Day,” The Upshot, Aug. 25), but there are plenty of health reasons to encourage children and adults to consume tap water. Dr. Carroll

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