Value of Water Coalition Unveils New Education Campaign and Toolkit “What’s the Value of Water?”

Materials are Free for Water Agencies, Community Based Organizations, Environmental Groups, Educational Providers, Business Leaders, and Others to Use in Their Education Efforts

Materials, including ads like the one pictured above, are available on the Value of Water Coalition website.

(WASHINGTON, DC – August 4, 2015) – The Value of Water Coalition has unveiled its new education campaign and toolkit: “What’s the Value of Water?”

Using striking images, the campaign aims to shine a light on water—our most precious, but often invisible, resource. These education materials are available for free to any organization who is working to raise awareness about the importance of investment in water infrastructure and water resources.

The “What’s the Value of Water?” toolkit provides the following materials to any organization that wishes to educate and engage people about the value of water:

• Billboards
• Outdoor advertisements
• Print advertisements
• Bill Stuffers
• Conference Banners
• Water Fact Sheet
• Message Guide
• Shareable Social Media Graphics

Hazen and Sawyer is a member of the Value of Water Coalition, which consists of public and private water agencies, business and community leaders, and national organizations united in communicating the importance of water to the economic, environmental, and social well-being of America.

All materials are available for download on the Value of Water Coalition website.

Since our founding in 1951, Hazen and Sawyer has focused on two things: providing safe drinking water and controlling water pollution. Our range of services encompasses “all things water” including the planning, design, and construction management of water and wastewater-related projects – from clean water treatment, storage, and distribution to wastewater and stormwater collection, treatment, and reuse.

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