DU Sponsors Water Conservation Program and Art Contest in Area Schools

This Spring, Dalton Utilities provided 3rd grade teachers in Dalton Public Schools and 4th grade teachers in Whitfield County Schools with resource packets for the program, “In The Know About H20,” which was designed to help teach students the importance of water conservation and preservation of drinking water sources. This program was designed to help students understand that water is an essential and limited resource and what each of us can do to conserve water in a fun and interactive atmosphere

DU Sponsors Water Conservation Program and Art Contest in Area Schools

This school year, Dalton Utilities once again provided area 3rd and 4th grade classrooms with resource packets for the program, “I’m In The Know About H20,” which was created by the Utility to teach students the importance of water conservation and preservation of drinking water sources. As part of the program, students were invited to submit artwork highlighting conservation tips.

Aging Water Mains & Pipes Are An Issue

Indispensable to jobs, the economy, our health and our communities, water runs through our lives in many ways. But do we truly appreciate the VALUE of water? Dalton Utilities customers pay a few dollars for 1,000 gallons of clean, drinkable water. The average American uses 176 gallons of water a day. Every drop that enters and leaves your home or business must travel through an extensive network of underground pipes. These pipes have worked silently for decades, in some cases more than a century, without major interruptions. But now, they need our attention.