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At Sequoyah County Rural Water District 4, we are committed to providing safe, high quality drinking water to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

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Leaky Toilets & Drippy Faucets = High Water Bills

January 17, 2020

    The EPA estimates that toilet flushes account for nearly 30 percent of your average water consumption per day. And that’s when it’s working correctly.  Older, inefficient toilets that use as much as 6 gallons per flush also happen to be a major source of wasted water in many homes.

          Leaking toilets can lead to thousands of lost gallons every month and they are usually the number one cause of a high water bill.   A constantly running toilet may waste about eight gallons per hour, or 200 gallons per day.  Since water from a leaky toilet runs straight into the sewer line, you may not even notice it—until you get the water bill.

     There are four components that could be...

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Are you drinking enough water this winter?

Are you drinking enough water this winter?

February 01, 2020

Chapped lips? Dry skin? Headaches? Nosebleeds? Dry cough? Fatigue?

These are all signs that you might not be getting enough water this winter. In the summer, when you’re hot and sweaty, your body keeps reminding you that you’re thirsty and NEED water. But in the winter, when you’re cold and shivering, it’s all-too-easy to neglect hydration. Your body doesn’t feel as thirsty, and it’s much harder to recognize that you haven’t been drinking much water. That’s why you have to consciously remember to drink enough water in the winter, when the air is dry and the heater is working overtime.

Drinking more water can help. Read on . . .

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