Monthly Archives: April 2011

Visualizing our water footprint

by Ryan Griffin-Stegink Growing up in rural Michigan, water was free and unlimited.  It was pumped from a well behind our house and came out of the tap clean, clear, and drinkable.  There was no need to conserve water or … Continue reading

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Cars – and water – come out clean at King Car Wash

By Nick Bastis Sure, it’s April, but in the Chicago area, that doesn’t necessarily guarantee winter’s snowy onslaught is behind us. Still, most of us can’t help ourselves: We’ve got a bad case of spring fever, and with it the … Continue reading

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