“Saving water is a walk in the park,” on page 59 of the 2012 PUBLIC WORKS Manual, stated that residential outdoor water use in the United States accounts for more than 7 mgd. The correct number, however, is 7 billion gallons a day.
Will these pipes still be worth talking about a thousand years from now?
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development predictions.
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