California American Water releases educational online videos

Jan. 31, 2014

CORONADO, Calif. — The videos are meant to educate customers on water conservation and where their tap water comes from.

CORONADO, Calif. — California American Water has released three new online videos on water conservation and the value of water, according to a press release on Market Watch.

The three videos, entitled "The Value of Water Service," "Conserving Water" and "From Plant to Tap," educate California American Water customers on how to conserve water, save money and protect the environment, noted the release.

"The Value of Water Service" demonstrates ways California American Water customers can save water in simple, everyday ways and why saving water is important to individual customers, the release reported.

Read more on municipal topics here.

"From Plant to Tap," continued the release, explains how California American Water delivers high quality reliable water service to more than 630,000 people in 50 communities throughout California, with a brief history of the company.

"Water and You" educates customers on how California American Water is able to provide drinking water of higher quality than the government requires and educates customers on how their water bills are invested directly into their local water systems, according to the release.

Read the full release here.

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