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Common Ways New York Homeowners Waste Water
Common Ways New York Homeowners Waste Water

New York is one of the leading states in the fight against climate change, but that doesn’t mean we can’t do more. One fundamental way we can improve is water consumption. According to a study from the USGS, New York households consume around 97 gallons of water per day, ...

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