Water-related emissions stem from energy used to treat drinking water and wastewater. Although these processes are responsible for less than 1% of emissions, conserving water is important for the climate and local waterways and habitats. By conserving water, Fort Collins residents can help support our local economy, prepare for climate change, support our local waterways and help the community reach its Climate Action and Water Efficiency goals.
Water Related Emissions
Water Related MeasuresThe following measures are categorized as direct or indirect. Direct measures track data used to calculate carbon emissions. Indirect measures show community trends that may impact carbon emissions but are not directly tied to carbon calculations. Some measures are not evaluated against a target and are simply informational. This is indicated when the status bar is gray instead of green, yellow, or red.