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In the midst of water shortages caused by a severe drought, Marine Corps Installations West (MCIWEST) is working to conserve water by designing and implementing new technologies, auditing existing water-use systems, and changing end-user behaviors to reduce water waste.  In FY15, Marine Corps bases and stations used about 6.6 billion gallons of water, with MCIWEST accounting for 2.2 billion of those – an appropriate 33 percent.
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May 9, 2016
TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. - In the midst of water shortages caused by a severe drought, Marine Corps Installations West (MCIWEST) is working to conserve water by designing and implementing new technologies, auditing existing water-use systems, and changing end-user behaviors to reduce water waste. In FY15, Marine Corps bases and stations used about 6.6 billion gallons of water, with MCIWEST accounting for 2.2 billion of those – an appropriate 33 percent.


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