Navy Water Conservation Guide for Shore Activities.
Final rept. Sep 95-Jul 96,
NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING SERVICE CENTER PORT HUENEME CA
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Water conservation is essential to mission readiness in the Navy. Without adequate water supplies no mission can continue, and with the demand for fresh water ever increasing, the need to conserve grows. Consumptive use permits and restricted availability to new water sources, already a reality for many installations, will soon encompass the entire Navy. Conserving water will save money, project a positive image to the local community, and help preserve the environment and economy of your neighborhood. This Guide will help your command manage and conserve your water assets as well as comply with Executive Order 12902, which requires that water conservation measures with suitable payback be implemented at all Federal facilities. This Guide is targeted towards the installation planners and utility supervisors tasked with water conservation and management, but can also be used by anyone interested in water conservation.
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