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Water conservation assistance coming door-to-door

Local post-secondary students and high school students will be visiting homeowners throughout the summer to offer free water-conservation tools and advice.

The student-run City of Surrey Operation Save H2O educational initiative will also provide custom watering recommendations for different lawn and soil types.

Further details about the program can be found at www.surrey.ca/saveh2o

 

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