We Love Water campaign shifts to indoor conservation for fallWe Love Water campaign shifts to indoor conservation for fall<div class="ExternalClass8A5450FB1A894FC5A950E9EE3566FEE9"><p>​Metro Vancouver’s <em>We Love Water</em> campaign continues to engage residents this fall, shifting from lawn sprinkling and outdoor water use to an indoor focus on water conservation. </p><p>We Love Water encourages everyone to make small adjustments to how they use water in their homes – <em>to use a little less, care a little more</em>. These daily uses of water really do add up, and the campaign provides easy tips for indoor actions that have the highest potential for water savings, such as shortening showers, running full loads in the washing machine and dishwasher and testing for leaks around the house.</p><p>While it may seem strange to conserve water during the rainy season, it’s still important that we do so. Metro Vancouver residents use about a billion litres of water every day and this amount is anticipated to climb as the region’s population continues to expand. Using less water, even in fall and winter, delays the need to expand expensive water supply and transmission infrastructure. Water conservation is a key component of Metro Vancouver’s plan for ensuring there’s sufficient world-class treated drinking water for generations to come.</p><p>On <a href="/welovewater/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank"> <font color="#1b84c9">WeLoveWater.ca</font></a> you’ll find shareable tips for saving water at home, and can contribute your own tips to an online gallery by using the hashtag #welovewaterMV on social media. The campaign will appear on TV and online, and all materials are available to local governments. </p></div>http://www.metrovancouver.org/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue25-welovewater.jpg2016-10-31T07:00:00ZGP0|#3f3e419f-0fa5-4790-ac10-a80ab0188ba4;L0|#03f3e419f-0fa5-4790-ac10-a80ab0188ba4|Issue 25;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClass6FC7912E2F7B459EA490FB9A56EBA275"><p>​The <em>We Love Water</em> campaign encourages everyone to make small adjustments to how they use water in their homes – <em>to use a little less, care a little more</em>. The featured indoor tips are perfect for year round water conservation. </p></div>0