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Water Conservation and Efficiency Plan for the Village of Oak Park, IL

Date Published: April 2013

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The plan focuses on water supply issues with the goal of increasing water efficiency and promoting water conservation within village operations and among Oak Park residents and businesses. This plan also provides information on Oak Park's average day usage of water and percent use of their allocation from Lake Michigan. 

Keywords: Chicago; water efficiency; conservation; rain barrel; CMAP; GoTo2040; Illinois

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  • Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
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