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Lake Havasu City Water Conservation Certificate of Recognition Program

Do you know someone who deserves recognition for their water conservation efforts? Contact Briana Morgan at 928-855-2618 to nominate them for the next Certificate of Recognition in Lake Havasu City!

July 2017: Mudshark Earns Water Conservation Recognition


From left, Water Resource Coordinator Doyle Wilson, Mayor Mark Nexsen, Mudshark Brewery owners Tina Stocking and Scott Stocking; and Water Conservation Specialist Briana Morgan.

Havasu's Mudshark Brewery was recognized on July 17 by Mayor Mark Nexsen, Water Resource Coordinator Doyle Wilson and Water Conservation Specialist Briana Morgan for recent efforts to reduce both its consumption of water and the business's energy dependency.

"Many businesses and individuals take great strides to conserve water in Lake Havasu City, and we should be recognizing them for their efforts," Nexsen said.

Please read full story: Mudshark Earns Water Conservation Recognition



February 2017: Beachcomber Resort Awarded


From left to right: Lake Havasu City Water Conservation Specialist Briana Morgan, Beachcomber Resort Manager Jim Hill, Lake Havasu City Mayor Mark Nexsen, Lake Havasu City Water Resources Manager Doyle Wilson.

Beachcomber Resort took the spot as Lake Havasu City's first certificate of recognition recipient by reducing their average monthly water consumption by 60%! The resort removed all of the oleander bushes that once lined the property. By doing so, the water consumption dropped from about 200,000 cubic feet per month (roughly 1,496,000 gallons) to about 80,000 cubic feet per month (598,400 gallons).

For the full story, please visit Lake Havasu City Recognizes Beachcomber Resort

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