Learn How to Effectively Institute a Water Conservation Campaign

Posted by AM Conservation Group on January 8, 2015

A Critical Issue

Water conservation: it’s an extremely important mission, no matter what part of the country in which you live in. Residents in every community rely on clean, safe water for survival, yet there are many areas of the country where this invaluable resource is, at times, far from plentiful.

The need for water conservation becomes even more apparent when considering these facts: nearly 97% of the world’s water is undrinkable, and in the U.S. alone, we use roughly 450 billion gallons of water every single day.*

Chances are, you’ve taken great consideration to educate your constituents about the importance of conserving water. However, it is challenging to reach them on different levels to convey the message ideally, while providing solid tips and resources.

Due to this fact, AM Conservation Group has compiled a simple, highly user-friendly resource to help you educate your citizens about water conservation. It’s meant to ease the burden of determining how to approach this important job, providing clear ways to get the message out there.

Versatile and Scalable Water Conservation

In the Municipality Water Conservation Education Packet, you’ll find a wealth of tools, including:

  • A Drought Do’s and Don’ts Poster: An 11’ x 17’ poster that outlines practices for use during a drought that can easily be printed and shared.
  • A “Water Conservation is a Year-Round Goal” eBlast: A pre-written email with helpful tips on saving water throughout the year; it can be mass-emailed to everyone on your mailing list. For example: “Install high-efficiency shower heads, which can save the average family nearly 3,000 gallons of water per year and over 15% on water heating costs.”
  • Water Conservation Social Media Posts: Social media is one of the most effective ways of getting your message out to a wide audience, but finding the right content can be a challenge. Here you’ll find 10 posts for multiple social media platforms, already written for you. For examples: “55 facts and figures about #waterconservation”
  • 15 Water Conservation Resources: There’s a wealth of information on the internet regarding water conservation; we’ve gathered 15 of our favorites, which you can share with your constituents to encourage knowledge and action.

Promoting and effectively instituting a solid water conservation campaign is no small task. The results, however, are invaluable. With the right help and resources, it’s not only possible, but much less daunting.

You can download the Municipality Water Conservation Education Packet for free from our website today, and be on the road to a more efficient, sustainable, educated community right away.

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