It's time to be excited about your faucet again - we have some adapters on the way that will convert cache faucets to standard, non-cache aerators! Stay tuned, and feel free to contact us if you would like to place a pre-order.
Note: Please click the image for more details, including a map key. Source: The US Drought Monitor. The U.S. Drought Monitor is jointly produced by the National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the United States Department of Agriculture, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Map courtesy of NDMC-UNL.The drought in California affects nearly [...]
Cache aerators are hard to find, and harder to correctly size. Looking to replace a cache aerator, but not sure which size you need? Our simple do it yourself video shows you how to find the right cache aerator using common coins. The video also talks about how to know if you need a Delta [...]
Outdoor Water WasteAccording to the EPA up to 50% of outdoor water use goes to waste. Over watering can also hurt lawns or gardens. What steps are you taking to protect your plants and local water resources? One of the easiest and quickest ways is to use rain gauges with your watering. How it Works Rain gauges [...]
Is your cache faucet not putting out the water it used to? Is the stream clogged, irregular, and just not the good ol' way it used to be? Have you switched to a reduced flow, and things just aren't the same? New Resources Group now offers a Neoperl Cache Faucet aerator that will both save [...]
It's getting warmer, and that means it's time to think about watering lawns, gardens, and enjoying the spring! Unfortunately, this can also be an expensive time for outdoor water use. Here are some facts to keep in mind as we move towards "lawn care" season. Here are some facts about leaks from the EPA: A typical [...]
Lead poisoning in Sebring Ohio has prompted community distribution of bottled water, as well as the firing of two Ohio Environmental Protection Agency employees, according to NBC News. This incident, as well as the water crisis in Flint, MI, points to the importance of protecting our water supplies, for both enviromental and health reasons.
Catch up on environmental and conservation news stories you may have missed with our handy enviro news digest!"The Environmental Legacy of the Steel City" by Jonathan Blaustein discusses the photography projects that capture the effects of industrial pollution in Pittsburgh, an industrial city with a history of pollution problems. "Carbon-Rule Stay Puts Obama Environmental Legacy on the [...]
The U.S. Drought Monitor is jointly produced by the National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the United States Department of Agriculture, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Map courtesy of NDMC-UNL.California reduced its water consumption only 18% compared to December of 2013, seven points short of the 25% reduction goal, according [...]
Winter Storm Jonas, the storm that hit the east cost on Saturday, January 23rd, has had a large impact on many environments and the communities that depend on them. Some towns in NJ are reporting greater flooding from Winter Storm Jonas than from Hurricane Sandy, according to CBS news. Meanwhile, in the south, Philotown Virginia recorded a stunning [...]