How To Stop Household Water Leaks

By: Joanna Birns Household water leaks are responsible for an absolutely staggering amount of water waste with the average American household wasting an average of 10,000 gallons/year to leaks. All of this waste amounts to a whopping 1 trillion gallons of water/year or roughly 59 billion showers. How to stop a leaking pipe Leaking pipes … Continued

What To Do Once You’ve Caught A Leak

Tips For Locating Troublesome Leaks In Your Home By: Joanna Birns Small leaks can pack a BIG punch – especially if they aren’t caught quickly. While most homeowners tend not to worry about the possibility of leaks until a major incident has occured, it’s usually the invisible leaks – like slow leaking pipes, dripping faucets, … Continued

What Wastes Water In My Home?

By: Joanna Birns We know that leaks are by far the biggest water waste in a home (1 trillion gallons of water is wasted each year from household leaks)! But are YOU the biggest leak in your home? We don’t often think about the consequences of our bad water habits. We’ve all been there – … Continued

Your Sustainable Shopping Guide This Holiday Season

Written by: Joanna Birns Have your holiday presents been wrapped in your closet since Halloween? Or are you waiting for some last-minute, Black Friday deal to find that perfect present? Either way, we want to help you give the gift of green this holiday season. From shopping to wrapping, here are some great sustainability tips … Continued

Imagine a Day Without Water 2021

Imagine your life without water Written by: Joanna Birns | 10/21/2022 Imagine a Day Without Water is an annual campaign that encourages us to appreciate all the ways water touches our lives. To celebrate, we wanted to help you really ponder the ways water impacts us and reflect on what a day without water would … Continued

Zero Emissions Day 2021 | Your Guide to Cutting Carbon Emissions

Zero Emissions Day was created in 2008 as a way to raise awareness of the effects excess carbon emissions have on our environment, while encouraging people to reduce their carbon footprint. In celebration, we want to bring you a guide to carbon emissions: what they are, why we need to reduce our carbon emissions, and … Continued

World Environment Day 2021 | Reimagine, Recreate, Restore

World Environment Day  Reimagine, recreate, restore: World Environment Day 2021 challenges us to reflect on the impact human activity has had on our Earth, while committing to restore our planet’s environment and natural resources. The World Environment Day 2021 theme, “Reimagine, recreate, restore”, is a fitting theme to accompany the 2021 UN launch of “UN … Continued

The Future of Water With Peter Mayer – “In order to conserve water, it takes everybody.”

Peter Mayer, a well-known legend in the water industry, has shared his water expertise and insight with Flume to help us achieve our goal of bringing water data to life. We couldn’t wait to sit down with Peter to share his wealth of knowledge with you: discussing past, present and future changes in water conservation, … Continued

Drought on the Horizon: How Utilities are Managing Water Use With Real-Time Data

Across the West, water providers are acutely on edge about drought. For many, plans are already being put into place to address the severity and continuance, the impact on water supply, and the effect on the environment. These conditions have arrived at a pivotal time. Following the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in March of … Continued

A Guide to Mindfulness: Tackling Environmental Conservation One Day at a Time

Written by: Joanna Birns – Flume Communications Manager When you think about this amazing place we call home, what are some of the things that come to mind and bring joy to your life? A day at the park with your family? Shredding down the slopes of the Rockies? That magical camping spot that no … Continued

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