Since a historic drought in 2007, Duke has worked diligently to reduce dependence on the city water supply and implement sustained conservation measures across the university and health system. Efficiency measures include fixture and toilet upgrades, correcting single pass cooling systems, and modifying sterilizers at all health system facilities.
Duke’s Water Use
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