Water Conservation refers to reducing the usage of water and recycling waste water for different purposes such as cleaning and agricultural irrigation. Improved water management techniques would be beneficial in reducing the amount of wasted water and ensuring adequate water for future generations.
To learn how to conserve water, check out the following links for some great tips:
*** Halton Residents *** The Region of Halton has put together information on water conservation, water quality, and more. Please click here.
- 22 April 2013 : Halton Region Passes on ENvironmentally Friendly Improvements (No Comments)
Despite spending over $150 million on renovations, wastewater facilities go without green roofs, cogeneration technology Halton is spending more than $150 million on what the region’s Manager of Wastewater Treatment calls [More...]
- 26 March 2013 : Bronte Creek Workday Volunteers Needed! (No Comments)
Come out and help Trout Unlimited Canada with the restoration of Bronte Creek at Lowville Park! A great chance to conserve and restore our environment! These restoration efforts have already helped return [More...]
- 25 March 2013 : Brook Trout, in Lowville Park, on World Water Day! (No Comments)
Brook Trout found in Bronte Creek in Lowville Park, Burlington, ON! The first recorded sighting since 1958! Brook Trout require clean-cold water to survive and are an indicator of a [More...]
- 20 March 2013 : New Environmental Job Postings (No Comments)
Conservation Council of Ontario, General Manager. Toronto, no later than March 30. The Conservation Council of Ontario is a provincial association of organizations and individuals dedicated to environmental conservation. We promote [More...]
- 20 March 2013 : Support Sparrow’s Green at Glenorchy in FuellingChange (No Comments)
The Conservation Halton Foundation once again has a project in Shell's FuellingChange national competition to fund environmental initiatives. Songbird Meadows 2: Sparrow's Green is the next phase of successful habitat [More...]