Bilingual #WaterChat #AguaChat on the importance of water to the US economy

Bilingual #WaterChat #AguaChat on the importance of water to the US economy.

Bilingual #WaterChat #AguaChat on the importance of water to the US economy.

Chat focused on the importance of water for the US economy and a new report released during this week. In English (via #waterchat) and Spanish (via #aguachat)

  1. EPA water chief Nancy Stoner is here to answer questions about the report as is one of our experts. #waterchat t.co/QNfMocCTTa
  2. Importance of Water to the United States Economy

    EPA is releasing a Synthesis Report on the Importance of Water to the U.S. Economy. This report is intended to help raise the awareness of water’s importance to our national economic welfare, and to summarize information that public and private decision-makers can use to better manage the nation’s water resources. It highlights EPA’s review of the literature and practice on the importance of water to the U.S. economy, identifies key data gaps, and describes the implication of the study’s findings for future research. EPA hopes this report will be a catalyst for a broader discussion about water’s critical role in the U.S. economy.

    Water is vital to a productive and growing economy in the United States, and directly affects the production of many goods and services. While some data are available about how important clean and available water is to various economic sectors–including agriculture, tourism, fishing, manufacturing, and energy production — the information is often dispersed and incomplete. Additionally, understanding the economic significance of water is difficult because it depends upon several interacting elements: the volume supplied, where and when it is supplied, whether the supply is reliable, and whether the quality of the water meets the requirements of its intended use.

  3. Join us for a Twitter chat this Thursday (2pm ET) on the importance of water to the US economy. Use #waterchat to ask questions/participate.
  4. Forests important in keeping water clean! MT @EPAwater Join our Twitter chat 2pm ET Thursday on importance of water to economy #waterchat
  5. Water is critical to our economy. Join our Twitter chat tomorrow at 2pm ET to discuss why. Follow @EPAwater & #waterchat to participate.
  6. El agua es clave para nuestra economía. Participe en nuestra #aguachat en español e inglés mañana a las 2pm para discutir el por qué
  7. Biligual #aguachat 11/6, 2PM East MT @EPAespanol: El agua es clave para nuestra economía. Participe en nuestra #aguachat en español e inglés
  8. Participe en nuestro #aguachat mañana a las 2pm ET para hablar sobre el agua y la economía. Envíe preguntas usando #aguachat
  9. Here’s our new report that we’ll be talking about during today’s Twitter chat at 2pm ET t.co/M61gQuMkdV Use #waterchat to participate
  10. 2pm today – join a twitter forum about the importance of water! Tweet questions to @EPAwater and @SavetheSound with the hashtag #waterchat
  11. Hey! @EPA wants to know what you think about #Water. Join the #WaterChat at 2est today – t.co/JM3KaaF2mj
  12. @EPAwater how many U.S. jobs are tied to the water industry? #waterchat
  13. Recordatorio: Participe en nuestra charla hoy a las 2pm ET para hablar del agua y la economía. Envíe preguntas usando #aguachat
  14. @EPAwater talking about water and the #economy during today’s Twitter chat at 2pm ET. REPORT: t.co/ZxQoBa4P1Z Use #waterchat.
  15. @EPAwater are their any sectors of the U.S. economy that aren’t impacted by water? #waterchat
  16. Great idea @AnnaWSears! @EPAwater is holding a Twitter chat TODAY at 2pm ET on importance of water to US economy. #waterchat
  17. clean water = jobs? t.co/TigKjXcv48
    Agree? Follow @EPAwater & use #waterchat to weigh in with your thoughts. Now.
  18. Our Twitter chat on the importance of water to the US economy starts in less than an hour. Use #waterchat to ask a question/follow the chat.
  19. Starting soon! @EPAwater’s twitterchat today 2pmET re. importance of water to US economy. Use #waterchat to ask questions/participate!
  20. Our Twitter chat on the importance of water to the US economy starts soon! Use #waterchat to ask a question/follow the chat.
  21. We should all be as concerned about clean water as these folks are: t.co/hGVzUuTGfk #waterchat
  22. A punto de empezar #aguachat sobre importancia agua para economia EE.UU. Participe usando etiqueta #aguachat
  23. How will EPA encourage ongoing dialogue w/ experts & decision-makers to understand water information & plug data gaps? @EPAwater #waterchat
  24. @EPAwater with growing scarcity & the renewed interest in rainwater harvesting, what federal regulations govern harvested water? #waterchat
  25. @EPAwater Twitter chat on the importance of water to the US economy starts NOW. Use #waterchat to participate.
  26. Welcome to another EPA Twitter chat. Thanks to everyone who’s able to join us today! #waterchat
  27. Bienvenidos a otra charla de la EPA en Twitter. Bienvenidos a todos que participaran en esta charla hoy! #aguachat
  28. How Do We Measure the Value of Water? Read @NACWA‘s blog: t.co/rlFXomDTvf and then join @EPAwater‘s #WaterChat starting NOW!
  29. How does @EPAWater calculate the value of avoiding treatment cost when setting limits on toxic discharges into #DrinkingWater? #WaterChat
  30. Today’s chat will focus on the importance of water to the US economy & a new report we released this week on that subject. #waterchat
  31. @EPAwater What role will desal and/or reuse play in 21st century U.S. economy? #waterchat
  32. Here’s our report, which shows how every sector of the U.S. economy is influenced by water. t.co/M61gQuMkdV #waterchat
  33. Charla se enfocará en la importancia del agua para la economía de EE.UU. y un nuevo informe publicado esta semana sobre el tema #aguachat
  34. @EPAWater – glad there is movement to #ProtectCleanWater for 117m ppl. What can we do to make sure a strong rule is finalized? #WaterChat
  35. Our report summarizes information that public and private decision makers can use to sustainably manage our water resources. #waterchat
  36. Vea informe que indica cómo cada sector de la economía de EE.UU. está influenciado por el agua t.co/SEcsEPv8fJ #waterchat #aguachat
  37. Nuestro informe resume información que entidades públicas y privadas usan para tomar decisiones sobre manejo sostenible del agua #aguachat
  38. @EPAwater When RU going 2 issue carbon cap on existing sources 2 shut down coal plants that are dumping mercury into US waterways #waterchat
  39. The report highlights our review of literature, identifies data gaps and describes the implications of the study’s findings. #waterchat
  40. El informe destaca nuestra revisión de datos, identifica brechas y describe las implicaciones de los hallazgos del estudio #aguachat
  41. Join @EPAwater‘s Twitter chat now! Today’s topic is water and the economy. Follow #waterchat to participate.
  42. MI is home to 20% of the world’s fresh water, when will @EPA finalize rules to protect our water from power plant pollution? #waterchat
  43. Esperamos que este informe genere una discusión más amplia acerca del papel clave que desempeña el agua en la economía de EE.UU. #aguachat
  44. La jefa de agua de EPA Nancy Stoner está con nosotros hoy para responder a preguntas sobre el informe #aguachat
  45. We hope this report will be a catalyst for a broader discussion about water’s critical role in the U.S. economy. #waterchat
  46. @EPAWater – Any insight on how to make smart water management resonate in fresh water rich Great Lakes region? #waterchat
  47. También tenemos uno de los expertos que ayudo a escribirlo #aguachat
  48. Esta charla está siendo traducida simultáneamente al español mediante @EPAespanol #aguachat
  49. Roguemos nos perdonen errores de gramática y faltas de acentos #aguachat
  50. Si tienen preguntas o comentarios, usen la clave #aguachat
  51. hey @epa please hurry up and finalize the new regs that will protect water from power plant pollution. #waterchat
  52. @EPAwater#water & #energy are inexorably linked . . . what are ways to save energy that conserve water? #waterchat
  53. In #PNW clean water is critical to seafood industries like salmon fisheries, shellfish harvests #waterchat t.co/m1cN8xWifY @EPAwater
  54. @EPAwater @EPAwatersense Thanks for using a pic of Baltimore in your report! Clean water and a healthy Bay are important to us! #waterchat
  55. This chat is also being simultaneously translated in Spanish through @EPAespanol and with #aguachat #waterchat
  56. @EcologyWA @EPAwater Awesome! Thanks very much. I’m writing an article on the laws that govern #rwh in TX. Nice comparison 2 use. #waterchat
  57. Water is critical to the economy @EPAwater In #WA our clean water grant and loan funds result in jobs! t.co/FsvpaIJVjh #waterchat
  58. Climate change & increased consumption will deplete US water supplies. What will @EPAwater do to protect water resources? #waterchat
  59. Energy production, food production & water supply account for 94 percent of withdrawal. #waterchat
  60. Water is vital to a productive & growing economy in the US, and affects the production of many goods & services. #waterchat
  61. El agua es vital para una economía productiva y creciente en EE.UU. Y afecta la producción de muchos bienes y servicios #aguachat
  62. @EPAwater As federal funding to SRFs decline, should we explore fair #water pricing more? #waterchat
  63. @EPAwater @EPAresearch how can we use our expertise in water to promote new job growth in the US? #waterchat
  64. Cuales son los mayores contaminantes del agua potable en USA? #aguachat
  65. @WaterStep@EPAwater: Water vital to productive & growing economy in US, and affects the production of many goods & services. #waterchat
  66. Changes in one part of the energy-food-water nexus can impact the others & have a ripple effect through the economy. #waterchat
  67. @EcologyWA @EPAwater What are the solutions to cleaning up the Columbia? Hanford, Sewage, Mills, Mines, Oil from dams? #waterchat
  68. As a result of water being undervalued, current use may be inefficient & unsustainable. #waterchat
  69. @EPAwater When do you expect to propose Waters of the US rule to protect headwater streams & wetlands? #waterchat
  70. Increased demand for information on reducing water-related risks is growing in the private sector. #waterchat
  71. Q1 @AWWAACE are their any sectors of the U.S. economy that aren’t impacted by water? #waterchat
  72. A1 @AWWAACE We don’t know of any, as all businesses need water in one way or another to operate #waterchat
  73. Q2 @AWWAACE how many U.S. jobs are tied to the water industry? #waterchat
  74. A2 @AWWAACE We couldn’t find that number in research. But 200,000 work directly in water supply sector. #waterchat
  75. @EPAwater what would you say is the largest threat to our groundwater supply? #waterchat
  76. P1 @AWWAACE hay algún sector de la economía de EEUU que no este impactado por el agua? #aguachat?
  77. R1 @AWWAACE No sabemos de ninguno. Todos los negocios necesitan agua de una manera u otra para funcionar #aguachat
  78. .@yolandavanveen work with communities to improve wastewater treatment, cleanup contaminated sites, and more throughout #WA #waterchat
  79. MT @EcologyWA: @EPAwater report shows how every sector of the U.S. economy is influenced by water. t.co/zf3Tqyv4pL #waterchat
  80. A3 @EPAnorthwest Lots! Fisheries, tourism and hydropower are just a few of the many industries in the #PNW that depend on water. #waterchat
  81. Pvt sector has role t.co/98UlxQGBA5 MT @EPAwater Demand for info on reducing water-related risks growing in pvt sector. #waterchat
  82. A4 @wheeliesmom Part of value of water is water fit for use. Don’t need tap water quality for a toilet. #waterchat
  83. MT @EPAnorthwest Fisheries, tourism and hydropower are just a few of the many industries in the #PNW that depend on water. #waterchat
  84. P2 @AWWAACE Cuantos empleos en EE.UU. están vinculados al industria del agua? #aguachat
  85. R2 @AWWAACE No podemos encontrar esa cifra especifica, pero 200,000 trabajan directamente en sector suministro de agua #aguachat
  86. Asian carp are a serious threat to Michigan’s Great Lakes, what will @EPA do to protect our water from invasive species? #waterchat
  87. @EcologyWA Good plan-What about current corporate polluters and blocks to Columbia River protection/permit legislation? #waterchat
  88. Q5 @hicklawyer growing scarcity & the renewed interest in rainwater harvesting, what federal regulations govern harvested water? #waterchat
  89. A5 @hicklawyer There aren’t regs on harvested water. Water reuse can be good practice. t.co/btI7eZ4DDb #waterchat
  90. #waterchat How balance the water demand from the activities with the water availability for a sustainability management of the resource?
  91. @EPAwater: Idea that water is important would seem to go without saying. What new info should folks take from report? Thanks! #waterchat
  92. @LynnTaylor86 @EPAwater @wheeliesmom There are no regulations for sewage in Canada so the Columbia River is full of it-Solutions? #waterchat
  93. How are our water and our economy related? Tweet questions to @EPAwater and @SaveTheSound with the hashtag #waterchat to get involved.
  94. P3 @EPAnorthwest Cual es el significado del agua para economia noroeste EE.UU.? #aguachat
  95. Q6 @cleanh2oaction How does @EPAwater calc the value of avoiding treatment cost when setting limits on toxic discharges into #DrinkingWater?
  96. A6 @cleanh2oaction One example: We calculate as part of benefits when setting effluent guidelines.#waterchat
  97. Cuanta agua se asigna a la agricultura, industria, y consumo humano? #aguachat
  98. @EPAwater: As a result of water being undervalued, current use may be inefficient & unsustainable. #waterchat” Grt quote! Must think about
  99. Q7 @XylemInc @EPAwater What role will desal and/or reuse play in 21st century U.S. economy? #waterchat
  100. A7 @XylemInc Probably a bigger role. Climate change will only increase shortages in parts of US. t.co/RzwwOzfbOQ #waterchat
  101. @EPAwater How can we better quantify the economic value of water for our water managers and politicians? #waterchat
  102. Are you tuning into the #waterchat that @EPAwater is hosting? Good stuff going on!
  103. R4 @wheeliesmom Parte del valur del agua es agua idonea para el consumo. No necesitamos agua potable para los inodoros #aguachat
  104. @pugetpeople @EPAwater @SavetheSound The Sound /the Columbia are used for electricity/water used for production and to dump waste #waterchat
  105. A8 @MichaelEdKelly Provide comments when rule is proposed. Spread word abt why these waters are valuable. t.co/7aYvyyX4di #waterchat
  106. @EPAwater what is the one thing that is most important for Americans can do at home to help protect our resources? #waterchat
  107. @EPAwater Couldn’t agree more! Here’s our take on the food, water and energy nexus: t.co/BjQKvinPQB #waterchat
  108. @EPAwater: #craftbeer industry is worth $10 billion/yr, employs 100K, requires clean water t.co/6W0qc4AsEG #beer4water #waterchat
  109. Q9 @EPAwater – Thank you recognizing that #CleanWater is key to the economy. How will you #ProtectCleanWater? #waterchat
  110. A9 @cleanh2oaction Many activities underway. Important to work w/communities to help them reach goals for clean water.#waterchat
  111. P5 @hicklawyer Ante escasez y creciente interes en cultivar agua de lluvia, hay normas federales para cultivar agua? #aguachat
  112. @yolandavanveen I believe some regulation is needed to keep waste out of nature, especially drugs and other flushed items #waterchat
  113. @janthonyiv When sustainable corporations have the funding to support politicians, water will have value #waterchat
  114. Tourism in #PNW waters is thanks to healthy marine life and beautiful ecosystems t.co/lsvv1xrjPo @EPAwater @EcologyWA #waterchat
  115. Q10 @CleanWaterMI MI home to 20% of world’s freshwater, when will EPA finalize rules to protect water fm power plant pollution? #waterchat
  116. A10 We proposed range of options to help reduce pollutants from steam electric power plants. t.co/Msk0WhEPEh #waterchat
  117. @BriCiara3 Measure how, and how much, water we consume at home and use that data to get #watersmart about conservation #waterchat
  118. Q11 @ToddQAdams Any insight on how to make smart water management resonate in fresh water rich Great Lakes region? #waterchat
  119. @LynnTaylor86 We can’t regulate Canada. American corps are given exemptions to clean air and water acts-Toxic torts only hope #waterchat
  120. R6 @cleanh2oaction Ej: Calculamos como parte beneficios cuando establecemos normas para efluyentes #aguachat
  121. Hypoxia & excess nitrogen are dangerous for fish &marine biodiversity. How can we limit them &restore damaged waters? @EPAwater #waterchat
  122. P7 @Xylemlnc @EPAwater Que rol jugara desalinacion y reuso de agua en econ del siglo XXI? #aguachat
  123. @NRDCWater @EPAwater What about #juices and #soda manufacturers? These are all natural partnerships in the fight for #cleanWater #waterchat
  124. A11 @ToddQAdams Great Lakes WQA incl. measures about ensuring water mgt in region per increasing interest t.co/vOf8XRpOMl #waterchat
  125. Q12 @janthonyiv Thanks for using a pic of Baltimore in your report! Clean water and a healthy Bay are important to us! #waterchat
  126. P7 @Xylemlnc Probablemente un gran rol. Cambio climatico solo aumentara escasez en partes EE.UU. t.co/BlnWA9FCk4 #aguachat
  127. @GetWaterSmart @EPAwater Education and offering incentives to update old systems to new systems that are more efficient! #waterchat
  128. A12 @janthonyiv We were happy to. Lots of good things happening in Baltimore with green infrastructure & restoring urban waters. #waterchat
  129. Check out the #waterchat going on now! Hosted by @EPAwater focusing on new report: Important of Water to US Economy t.co/SkLf9d6re0
  130. Q13 @ecsgrid #water & #energy are inexorably linked . . . what are ways to save energy that conserve water? #waterchat
  131. Future water supplies threatened MT @EPAwater: Climate change will only increase shortages in parts of US. t.co/br1twGIBGY #waterchat
  132. A13 @ecsgrid @EPAWaterSense great for saving energy. By end of 2012, reductions of 64.7 bil kWh of electricity/24 mil tons of CO2 #waterchat
  133. @EPAwater What role do you see for the private sector in protecting & conserving #water? How can we help? #waterchat
  134. P9 @EPAwater Gracias por reconocer #AguaLimpia es clave para econ. Como protegeran agua limpia? #aguachat
  135. R9 @cleanh2oaction Muchas actividades en curso. Es importante trabajar con comunidades para ayudarles a alcanzar metas agua limpia #aguachat
  136. Q14 @LCVoters Climate change & increased consumption will deplete US water supplies. What will @EPAwater do to protect resources? #waterchat
  137. A14 @LCVoters EPA just released draft plans for adapting to climate change, including for water. t.co/CgVtjLkMec #waterchat
  138. Q15 @TGdude456 @EPAwater @EPAresearch how can we use our expertise in water to promote new job growth in the US? #waterchat
  139. A15 @TGdude456 Let’s innovate and use technology to solve problems and create products – the jobs follow! t.co/U4xcUwKwvE #waterchat
  140. @EPAwater what is the best way to promote water conservation? Education, incentives, etc? #waterchat
  141. Live right now: #waterchat hosted by @EPAwater focusing on importance of H20 to US Economy t.co/sTP0YiysFI cc: @rgw @BowmanOutside
  142. @XylemInc @EPAwater Stop using chemicals and conserve. Share info-My sustainable garden videos t.co/FlJ40QvSL8 #waterchat
  143. @EPAwater There has been news of a freshwater crisis, what can be done to combat this? #waterchat
  144. Q16 @XylemInc As federal funding to SRFs decline, should we explore fair #water pricing more? #waterchat
  145. A16 @XylemInc Funding for infrastructure will need to come from all levels of govt. Could be role for private sector. #waterchat
  146. Clean streams & wetlands = economic asset. Ask @EPAwater and @whitehouse to protect them ASAP: t.co/yNqyIinczN #waterchat
  147. R10 Hemos propuesto gama de opciones que ayudaran a reducir contaminantes de plantas elect en aguas t.co/8f0Hlmx0So #aguachat
  148. Q17 @NRDCWater Idea that water is important would seem to go without saying. What new info should folks take from report? #waterchat
  149. @EPAwater @XylemInc We need a new New Deal to update all the infrastructure including dams that were created in the old New Deal. #waterchat
  150. P11 @ToddQAdams Info acerca de como hacer gestion agua sostenible influya en region Grandes Lagos rica en agua dulce? #aguachat
  151. R11 @ToddQAdams Iniciativa de Grandes Lagos asegura manejo sostenible dado mayor interes regional t.co/lkA2L3SFOX #aguachat
  152. Americans agree t.co/Ahcj7uZCnx MT @EPAwater: Funding needs to come from all levels of govt. Could be role for pvt sector #waterchat
  153. A19 @YourEnergyBlog New reports show industry is getting more active on addressing water issues. t.co/vnyqmuJGF2 #waterchat
  154. Q20 @janthonyiv @EPAwater How can we better quantify the economic value of water for our water managers and politicians? #waterchat
  155. A20 @janthonyiv Would help to have more businesses engage on how water is valuable to them.#waterchat
  156. P12 @janthonyiv Gracias por usar foto Baltimore en su informe. Limpiar agua y mantener una Bahia sana es importante para nosotros #aguachat
  157. Q21 @BriCiara3 what is the one thing that is most important for Americans can do at home to help protect our resources? #waterchat
  158. A21 @BriCiara3 Get the word out! Here’s a list of things people can do at home & in community: t.co/40Qxyrdaed #waterchat
  159. Sure. From our former CEO: t.co/xdseQJh0KS #waterchat MT @hicklawyer: @XylemInc @EPAwater can you elaborate on the topic? Thanks!
  160. A22 @GetWaterSmart Provide info about how much water they use and how much it costs them. People take action when they have info.#waterchat
  161. @EPAwater @YourEnergyBlog Yes when large toxic tort settlements are awarded, state exemptions stopped, and permits denied #waterchat
  162. MT @EPAwater: @janthonyiv @EPAwater How can we better quantify the economic value of water for our water managers & politicians? #waterchat
  163. P13 @ecsgrid #agua y #energia vinculadas estrechamente…como podemos ahorrar energia y conservar agua? #aguachat
  164. MT @EPAwater: @janthonyiv Would help to have more businesses engage on how water is valuable to them. #waterchat
  165. Q23 @SavetheSound Hypoxia & excess nitrogen are dangerous for fish & marine biodiversity. How can we limit them &restore waters? #waterchat
  166. A23 @SavetheSound We work w/states, cities, utils, ag, other feds to reduce nutrient pollution. t.co/p6DY5p9qlL #waterchat
  167. @EPAwater @BriCiara3 Stop using chemicals/Reseed & aerate your lawn/use olive oil to kill aphids/educate others-Garden naturally #waterchat
  168. A start: t.co/Px8NimRobk MT @our1planet How can we quantify economic value of water for water managers & politicians? #waterchat
  169. Q24 @alixhoward @NRDCWater What about #juices and #soda manufacturers? These are natural partnerships in fight for #cleanWater #waterchat
  170. A24 @alixhoward Agreed. A lot of beverage companies are working to protect the watersheds they depend on.#waterchat
  171. P14 @LCVoters Cambio climatico y mayor consumo agotara fuentes agua en EE.UU. Como @EPAwater protegera esos recursos? #aguachat
  172. R14 @LCVoters EPA publico borrador de planes para adaptacion de agua al cambio climatico,incluso para agua t.co/9bXYsimyGV #aguachat
  173. Q25 @XylemInc What role do you see for the private sector in protecting & conserving #water? How can we help? #waterchat
  174. A25 @XylemInc Forging partnerships with others is great. Like Value of Water Coalition @XylemInc is in! t.co/1EtpC2qMPu #waterchat
  175. @yolandavanveen @epawater @xyleminc Don’t see a new New Deal in the cards. Contraflow evacuation instead of new flood control. #waterchat
  176. Will @EPAwater implement the National Water Consensus with USGS? Will that information be used in CWA and SDW Act decisions? #waterchat
  177. Thanks for the great questions. We’re wrapping up the #waterchat. We’ll have another chat soon.
  178. .@EPAwater thanks for noting the significance of clean water to the economy! How will you ensure that we #ProtectCleanWater? #waterchat
  179. Clean streams & wetlands = GREAT BEER. Ask @EPAwater and @whitehouse to protect them ASAP: t.co/yNqyIinczN #waterchat
  180. Have any water problems been solved through #waterchat to date? What EPA action has ever stemmed from the chat?
  181. P15 @TGdude456 como podemos usar destrezas en agua para promover nuevo crecimiento de empleos en EE.UU.? #aguachat
  182. R15 @TGdude456 Innovar y usar tecnologia para resolver problemas y crear productos conducira a empleos t.co/qtnBJw850O #aguachat
  183. Is it ok w EPA if someone w fracked drinking water gets sued for complaining about fracked drinking water? Will EPA protect them? #waterchat
  184. @videmsky @EPAwater @XylemInc The prediction is floods in winter, rivers dry in summer. Dams are not a good long term option #waterchat
  185. Gracias por sus excelentes preguntas y por participar en nuestra charla. Hasta la proxima #aguachat
  186. @EPAespanol sí y cuales tecnologías específicas puedan ayudarnos el mejor. #aguachat
  187. NWFwater

    • Climate change & increased consumption will deplete US water supplies. What will @EPAwater do to protect water resources? #waterchat
  188. @hicklawyer @EPAwater Education. Most people don’t know how much water they use. Usage data and neighborhood rank helps #waterchat
  189. @EPAwater Seems like a smart move! What can we do to push the ones who aren’t? #waterchat #cleanwater #waterforbusiness
  190. Great discussions during #waterchat about the importance of water and more about the new @EPAwater report! Proud to be a @xyleminc brand.
  191. 71+ mn ppl participated in wildlife viewing & spent $45.7bn in 2006. @EPAwater ensure we have clean water for these activities! #waterchat
  192. . @EPAwater livechat about #water! New report shows every sector of #US economy is influenced by water. t.co/Bxknf9BMVS #waterchat
  193. @EPAwater: farmers & retailers t.co/QhEWQDf6T9
    >Would help to have more businesses engage on how water is valuable to them.#waterchat
  194. . @EPAwater: We work w/states, cities, utils, ag, etc to reduce nutrient pollution. t.co/ru6No6wFSE #waterchat
  195. Clean streams & wetlands = economic asset. Ask @EPAwater and @whitehouse to protect them ASAP: t.co/J9Musc3a4c #waterchat
  196. @TGdude456 Nuestro marco estratégico tiene 10 áreas en las cuales la tecnología ayudaría a resolver los problemas del agua #aguachat
  197. P16 @TGdude456 cuales tecnologías específicas puedan ayudarnos mejor. #aguachat
  198. R16 @TGdude456 Nuestro marco estratégico tiene 10 áreas en las cuales la tecnología ayudaría a resolver los problemas del agua #aguachat
  199. MT @EPAwater: “Provide info on how much water they use and how much it costs. People take action when they have info” #waterchat Agreed!
  200. Innovation works! 4 small businesses have been created by former #EPAp3 student teams. Learn more: t.co/0EYSr3L4nx #waterchat
  201. @SavetheSound fun chatting with you on the @EPAwater #waterchat! Work w/ @NOFAOLC on Long Island Sound Future Fund project to protect Sound
  202. Will be sharing #waterchat resources and more when I kick off the @NOFAOLC Accreditation Course in Organic Land Care @PHS_Gardening in Dec!
  203. Great chat! For averyone looking for a water filter, here are tips on how to choose the right one for you t.co/OqrvuBNcVO #waterchat
  204. Organic landscape professionals share best practices to ensure water protection @ t.co/7x50kfpQTE #waterchat