The 2010 Water Quality Report
The 2010 Water Quality Report is now available.
EPA Green Homes
The Environmental Protection Agency has created a new Web site to assist homeowners, buyers, and renters in finding and maintaining a green home. The Green Homes site, epa.gov/greenhomes, goes room by room to pinpoint places where residents can reduce energy waste through efficient energy and water usage, renewable energy, green home building materials and household products, and recycling from home construction and household activities. For those in the market to buy or build a home, the site also gives advice on how to select the most environmentally friendly location. » read more
Standby Power Costs You Money
A surprisingly large number of electrical products-TVs to microwave ovens to air conditioners-cannot be switched off completely without being unplugged. These products draw power 24 hours a day, often without the knowledge of the consumer. We call this power consumption "standby power."
An individual product draws relatively little standby power, but a typical American home has forty products constantly drawing power. Together these amount to almost 10% of residential electricity use. more info
Services Quickly Restored After F3 Tornado Strikes Lawrence County
An F3 tornado struck parts of Lawrenceburg and other areas of the county on Friday, April 11, 2008.
LUS employees worked diligently to restore electricity as soon as possible. You can view our photo gallery of this event by clicking here.
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