We often overlook the consequences of what goes down the drain. From solvents and paints to household cleaners and cooking fat, these seemingly harmless substances can pose a serious threat to our drainage systems and the health of our aquatic ecosystems. In this article, we… Read More »Watching What Goes Down the Drain
As the City of Morden enters a moderate drought stage, there’s no better time to think about water conservation at home. One easy way to reduce your water usage and play your part in conserving our community’s water supply is to install low-flow fixtures, including… Read More »The Benefits of Using Low-Flow Fixtures to Save Water
As we enter a moderate drought stage, residents of the City of Morden need to be mindful of their water consumption and take steps to conserve water. One effective way to reduce water waste is by promptly repairing leaks in your home. Even small leaks… Read More »Winter Water Conservation Tip: Repair Leaks
Did you know that you can actually put the snow to good use? Snowmelt collection is an effective and simple way to conserve water during the winter months.
Insulating pipes and faucets in your home is essential for conserving water and preventing wastage. Learn how to insulate pipes, why it’s important, and the environmental and economic impact it can have. Take a step towards sustainable living in Morden.
Discover the importance of water conservation in Morden, Manitoba, during winter. Explore practical tips to reduce water usage, insulate pipes, collect snowmelt, and repair leaks. Join us in preserving our water resources for a sustainable future.
We would like to inform all residents that our water plant is currently running at 43 litres per second, which is getting close to its maximum capacity of 45 litres per second. We kindly ask for your cooperation in conserving water to ensure that we… Read More »Let’s Conserve Water: A Call to Action for City of Morden Residents
The City of Morden with the assistance of Manitoba Water Services Board (MWSB) has completed their evaluation of the different options for upgrading the wastewater treatment system for the city and has decided to proceed with a lagoon-based Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) treatment system.… Read More »Morden Wastewater System Upgrade
The City of Morden, Parks and Urban Forestry department would like to ask for the community’s assistance in watering boulevard trees. Due to low soil moisture conditions and above-average temperatures trees are at risk of becoming moisture stressed. Once stressed trees are more susceptible to… Read More »Tree Watering Advisory