WATER CONSERVATION SERVICES
Recommended water-saving techniques, practices and products help clients reduce usage, save money and ensure that future generations have the water they will need to farm and grow crops, recreate, and do business. Excelling in creative solutions for water shortages and water quality issues, I enjoy helping those who want to save water.
Business Water Conservation
I creatively help solve excessive water usage for any merchant or business that wishes to save water at their place of business and off-site. Recommendations are site-specific and personalized for the business mission, work goals and business practices. A report is provided that details our recommendations to ensure all water savings are realized. Follow up consultations are included to ensure continued water savings.
Home Water Conservation
After performing a personal analysis and inventory of your home’s infrastructure, I recommend products and practices for your home including upgrades, small fixes, water-saving features and practices. A report is provided that details my recommendations and ensures a successful water savings scenario. Follow up consultations are included to ensure continued water savings.
My customized consulting will help ensure water saving for the community now and in the future. These services are client and site specific and will vary depending on water quality, consumption practices and community needs. A report is provided that details my analysis and recommends changes so that water cost savings are realized.
Secondary Gray Water
As a water conservation consulting business, Jennifer J Goodwin LLC serves those who are motivated to lower their water costs by reducing consumption and changing behaviors. Customers include private citizens, businesses, public officials, state and local governments and municipalities. Any private or public entity that wishes to conserve water and lower costs are welcome to use my services and expertise.
I am a sedimentary geologist with 23 years of petroleum, water and contaminant tracking, mapping and analysis. I have lived and worked in many areas around the United States and the world and enjoy helping people conserve water. I enjoy spreading the word about what an important resource water truly is. I went to University of Wisconsin-Madison where I earned my Bachelor of Science degree in Geology. Later, I attended Stanford University in California and obtained my Master of Science degree in Applied Earth Science with a concentration in Petroleum Geology. Then I worked at various private and public entities for my career.
I have worked in Wisconsin; California; Louisiana; Oklahoma; Texas, Egypt and The Netherlands in various capacities as an earth scientist. I started out in the petroleum business and worked California and Gulf of Mexico projects. In Louisiana, I worked in state government tracking contaminants at Superfund sites to determine if contaminants were present in air, soils, water and food. In Texas, I was elected and worked on a municipal utility board. My focus there was on water conservation and prudent financial management of tax dollars. My passion for the topic is boundless and I enjoy working with small businesses, private citizens and large corporations as well as municipalities.
My interests include water efficiency, xeriscaping, secondary gray water recovery, water conservation practices for home and businesses and helping municipalities curb their water consumption and costs. My forte is detailed, creative solutions for water conservation and efficiency. I look forward to helping those who desire to conserve our water.
Water Use It Wisely
Colorado Water Conservation Board
Southwest Water Conservation District, Durango, CO
City of Durango 2018 Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report
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What are the top six water saving techniques for the home?
• Put a bucket in your shower and use the runoff for watering plants or washing your car.
• Use your dirty dishwater to water your plants.
• Wash only full loads of laundry and full loads in your dishwasher.
• Only water outside between the hours of 8pm and 9am to reduce evaporation.
• When brushing your teeth, do not let the water run but merely rinse your toothbrush to begin brushing. Then turn off the water, and brush your teeth. Rinse your mouth and your toothbrush when you are done brushing.