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How Much Water Do You Use?
A Water Footprint is the amount of freshwater used in the goods and services consumed or used in production. Your individual footprint is equal to the water required to produce the goods and services consumed by you.
How much water do you use? Water Footprint Calculator
Learn more. Visit the website Water Footprint to learn more about the water footprint of humanity and global efforts to achieve a sustainable and equitable distribution and use of the limited supply of fresh water.
Keyword search on "Water" for government reports, studies and articles
From the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Information from the Center for Disease Control (CDC)
USGS Water Resources of the United States
The United States Geological Survey agency collects, monitors, analyzes, and provides science about natural resource conditions, issues, and problems.
Documentaries in the EdCC Library
Around Puget Sound
Encyclopedia of Puget Sound
A comprehensive guide to the science of Salish Sea ecosystem recovery. Frequent new articles describe the region's major environmental threats and areas of concern and facts and stories about the Salish Sea estuary.
Public Works in Everett
Find here information about the water system, projects, recycling and more.
Department of Ecology: Puget Sound
Find here science and research to better understand and counter challenges facing Puget Sound.
West Point Wastewater Treatment Plant
West Point treats wastewater from homes and businesses in Seattle, Shoreline, north Lake Washington, north King County and parts of south Snohomish County.
Elwha River Restoration
Website from the National Parks Service about the Elwha River restoration project in the Olympics
Streaming Videos from Kanopy