Using water wisely is an increasingly important issue relating to sustainability. At a global level, fresh water supplies are starting to diminish due to the impacts of development and climate change. While our own source of water for Kamloops is relatively secure, pumping, treating, and distributing water in our community is an expensive process and requires significant amounts of energy.
Using water more efficiently will help reduce costs and support the long-term security of our water supply. Given that Kamloops is one of the highest water users per capita in the world, it is even more critical that we become more responsible for our water use in order to become a more sustainable community.
Currently, Kamloops' annual average per capita water use is approximately 800 litres/day which is 30% higher than other Interior communities and much higher than the BC and Canadian averages.
Public Works and Utilities
955 Concordia Way
Kamloops BC V2C 6V3
ph 250-828 3461
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