Cox is Committed to Saving Water
As the song says, it’s “Summertime, and the living is easy.” And a big part of summertime involves water. From pools to community fountains to landscape irrigation and our normal usage around the house — it adds up.
Like so many other conservation initiatives, a change by a single individual only makes a minimal difference. But when combined with thousands of others, those little differences add up to a large collective impact.
You Can Help
The Cox Campus in Atlanta recently jumped on board by signing the My Drop Counts pledge with the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District to evaluate and reduce our water usage across the campus.
You can help make an impact too. Cox is asking everyone to take a pledge to reduce your personal water use. Conserving water isn’t as difficult as you might think. Here are some helpful tips to get you started.
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