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Watersheds, also known as drainage basins, are areas of land that drain into a common body of water, such as a lake, river or stream. As water travels over the…

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Food and Water: How Much is Needed to Produce Our...

Food and water – two resources absolutely vital to our existence. When it comes to what we eat, many don’t consider the role that water plays in producing our food….

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Indiana American Water Places Temporary Water Filtration Unit in Service...

Interim solution to reduce discolored water issues prior to construction of new treatment facility JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (May 18, 2021) – Indiana American Water announced at a ribbon cutting today that…

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10 Things You Should Never Put Down the Drain

While you may not know much about what is going on inside of your plumbing system, you can still protect it against clogs and corrosion by being careful about what…

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Everything You Need to Know About Water Reuse in Indiana

Water conservation has been a hot topic across the country for many years. Indiana American Water and other water utilities and conservation groups are committed to spreading awareness of the…

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Tips to Conserve Water During the Holidays

It’s the most wonderful season of all! That’s right, the holidays are in full swing, and Indiana homeowners are busy preheating their ovens, wrapping presents, decorating trees, and making the…

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The Benefits of Fixing Household Water Leaks

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), more than 1 trillion gallons of water is wasted across the U.S. each year due to household leaks. Even the smallest, hidden water…

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The Benefits of Removing Low-Head Dams

Historically, low-head dams have been built to generate power and support industrial, agricultural and community water supplies.  In our most recent blog, Indiana American Water discusses the benefits of removing…

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What Are the Current WaterSenseⓇ Standards?

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is the regulatory body that oversees the protection of Americans and our natural ecosystems from health risks through research and the development and enforcement…

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What is a Rain Barrel?

A rain barrel is a simple but effective rainwater harvesting tool that can help you reduce stormwater runoff and conserve water in your own backyard. At  Indiana American Water, we…