Every Drop Counts!
Water Conservation is the planned and deliberate actions taken voluntarily to bring efficiency to both the supply of, and the demand upon the water resources of a community. It plays an integral role in a city’s long range water supply strategy.
In conjunction with preparations toward full water treatment, the City of Corner Brook is conducting a pilot water metering program. Under this project, water meters will be installed in residences throughout the City. Results of the program will be used to determine levels of residential water use as part of an effort to identify system water loss, help water conservation efforts and optimize treatment plant operations.
Household Water Leak Detection
Do you have water leaks? You can check periodically, click here to learn more.
World Water Day, March 22nd
World Water Day is celebrated on March 22. Established in 1993, World Water Day was created to raise awareness of the water crisis, and to try to convince more people to take action in ensuring safe, clean water for everyone. UN-Water co-ordinates World Water Day events in collaboration with governments and partners to ensure World Water Day reach as many people as possible. Each year, a new theme is used worldwide to move the focus to different aspects of water use. Think about what life would be like if we did not have access to the quality water we currently do. Join Corner Brook in our annual World Water Day celebration.
Household Water Conservation
For some Household Water Conservation Tips click here.
Check out our top 10 tips to conserving household water use!