Water Scarcity Prompts Different Plans to Reckon With Energy Choke Point in the United States
“The Georgia Water Stewardship Act of 2010 requires metering individual apartment residences, leak detection programs for public utilities, efficient cooling systems for industrial plants, and installing low-flow water fixtures in new buildings,” wrote Brett Walton in his blog on Circle of Blue Water News on August 17, 2010.
“But even as the new measure is applauded by leaders in many of Georgia’s economic sectors, a number of other authorities have criticized the act for omitting new water conservation measures for Georgia’s most significant water-using industrial sector: the electric power industry.”
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Posted October 2010