The City of Ann Arbor has a new online water consumption tool called “AquaHawk” that helps monitor water usage.
The free service lets you set thresholds in between billing cycles to set personal goals of just how much water to consume. An alert system will inform you when you’re getting close to your target consumption. Robert Kellar is a spokesperson for the City of Ann Arbor.
Robert Kellar: AquaHawk is set up that you can have alerts sent to you by email, by phone via a phone call or a text.
You can register for the program on the City of Ann Arbor’s website.
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