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Water Conservation Checklist for Workplace

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Source: AM Conservation Group, Inc

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When it comes to conserving water at work, it is difficult to know where to start. There are so many ways to reduce
water use, but every building faces different opportunities and challenges.

Here’s a comprehensive checklist containing simple things that you can do to conserve more water in business place.

There is no exact order in which the checklist items should be followed: we’d suggest you go through the list and
check-off the items that they have either already completed or that do not apply to their unique situation. Once
you’ve done that, you will be left with a list of actionable items that you can tackle.

This list is divided into the following sections: plumbing, restroom, canteen, kitchenette and outdoors.

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