Water conservation is the reduction of water loss, waste, or use through specific measures or efficiency improvements. It is typically the most cost effective means of expanding existing water supplies without new infrastructure. Water reuse is achieved through purifying wastewater for beneficial, nonpotable uses such as irrigation. Promoting activities such as rainwater harvesting, native and drought-tolerant landscaping, low-flow water fixtures, and other best management practices are an essential part of planning for Georgia’s future water supply.
Water Conservation & Reuse
Smart water use in Google's Douglas County data center