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Local shopping center invests in saving water
News ImageWhen you run upscale shopping centers like the Ridge at Creekside, appearances count for a lot.

Roseville launches ‘Sustain the Gains’ landscape makeover contest
News ImageEnvironmental Utilities launched Sustain the Gains, a landscape makeovercontest designed to encourage continued efficient water use. Thewinning Roseville water customer will have their front yard re-imaginedand transformed into a low-water-use landscape.

Recycling commercial food waste
News ImageOur Solid Waste Utility operates a specially designed commercial organicwaste collection truck that stops three times a week at Nugget Market,each time collecting at least two cubic yards of food waste. For thenext few years, the Solid Waste Utility will keep Nugget’s food wasteout of landfills by transporting it to an anaerobic digester inSacramento, where it will be converted to natural gas and also used to create compost.


Bud’s Dry Cleaning is Drier than Ever
News ImageBud’s Dry Cleaning replaced inefficient water-cooling equipment with anefficient water recycling and cooling system nearly two years ago,lowering its water use by an estimated 3.6 million gallons per year.That’s the amount of water typically used each year by 24 Rosevillehouseholds of four

Yellowjackets and other social wasps
News ImageThis time of year when we venture outside to picnic, BBQ, fish, gardenor just sit and enjoy the backyard, we might notice there are someunwanted creatures buzzing around sharing our space.

Wettest year on record
News ImageThe wettest winter in Northern California history resulted in more than190 percent of normal snow levels in the Sierra Nevada. The finalCalifornia Snow Survey this spring indicated a water-rich snowpack.Simply put: we have ample snow on the Sierra Mountains which will equateto more run off into the lake. As the snowpack melts, water flows intoour rivers and reservoirs, where it’s stored and used until winterreturns.


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