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Cut Back Your Energy Usage Over Winter Break December 24th 2016 – January 2nd 2017

Reduce and/or eliminate your campus energy and water usage while away over Winter Break and throughout the year...

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Cornell Publishes Water Quality Annual Report 2016 with City, Local Partners

In the spirit of intermunicipal cooperation, Bolton Point, City of Ithaca, and Cornell water systems provide unified Drinking Water Quality Report...

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Cornell Eases Water Use Restrictions, Still Urges Conservation

Drought persists but critical water concerns are subsiding...

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Tompkins County 2015 Annual Report by the Water Resources Council

The WRC provides a public forum for local communities and stakeholders to address and discuss their water resource concerns...

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Cornell Labs Find Ways to Curb Water Use During Drought

Water use on campus is down 5,000 gallons per day since early August due to conservation efforts...

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Living with Water Summit-Lessons Learned After Historic Flooding Topic of Summit

Friday-Saturday, October 7-8, 2016, Binghamton University’s Downtown Center, 67 Washington St., Binghamton

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Cornell Research Labs Cut Water Usage, Responding to Drought

Facilities directors and administrators encouraged students and staff to conserve during extended water shortage

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Cornell Dining Serves Up Water Savings during Drought

Use of plastic cutlery, paper plates and plastic cups in all dining halls was implemented in response to extreme water shortage

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The ‘Energy Smackdown’ is on

A university-wide energy competition to see who can lower water and electricity use in campus buildings!