Presidential Executive Order 13834 Toilet to Tap – Required

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Presidential Executive Order 13834
Toilet to Tap – Required
Required Treatment of Municipal
Sewer Water for Drinking
Reduce Water Consumption –
Replace with Sewer Reuse
Smart “wireless” Water Meters to Monitor Reduction Goals and Remotely
 “turnoff” individual access to water at the meter – should usage exceed your allocation.
We are told we are running out of water – we are NOT.
We are told water is finite, a limited resource and that droughts reduce water availability – droughts do NOT reduce water availability.
We are told we are over pumping wells and that aquifers are depleted – when aquifers could be recharged with primary water and they are NOT.  WHY?
Weather “control” technologies are reshaping reality and people are being indoctrinated into trusting and believing information that is NOT TRUE.
 Water is a “renewable”.
What we have are weather control deniers!
These deniers are very dangerous and leading us into a
worldwide disruption by bringing in Sustainable Development Agendas!
Learn MORE about the REALITY we ALL Face.
AND
Learn and share the water “facts” – 
go to
(Print and distribute flyers from this website – to  raise awareness
before YOUR water is turned off and YOU are forced to drink sewer water.)
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While this is an executive order for the United States, USA, Inc.
These are the plans Worldwide.

 

Presidential Executive Order 13834
Water Efficiency – FedCenter

Executive Order (EO) 13834, Efficient Federal Operations, was signed by President … Section 2, of EO 13834 directs federal facilities to continue the following efforts: …. options, and to improve the energy performance of the Federal Government. …. and design, treating municipal wastewater and reusing it for drinking water, …
EO 13514 Goals
Consistent with State law, identify, promote, and implement water reuse strategies that reduce potable water consumption; and EO 13423 established quantifiable water reduction requirements for Federal agencies and required that, beginning in FY 2008, Federal agencies must reduce water consumption intensity through life-cycle cost-effective measures relative to the baseline of the agency’s water consumption in FY 2007 by 2% annually through the end of FY 2015 or 16% by the end of FY 2015. EO 13514 extends the annual 2% reduction in water consumption intensity to 2020, thereby requiring a total reduction of 26%.
EO 13514 also establishes specific water reduction requirements for ILA water consumption and encourages the implementation of water reuse strategies
EO 13514 water efficiency and management goals support requirements contained in the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA).
2.2 General Principles
When implementing the water efficiency and management goals of EO 13514, Federal agencies should pursue an “Efficiency First” approach, whereby they seek to reduce or eliminate water use wherever feasible by making the most efficient use of existing water sources and reducing use. Metering should be implemented wherever feasible to identify opportunities to reduce water use and enable tracking of reductions and associated benefits including cost savings.
The water use efficiency and management requirements of EO 13514 apply at the Agency level and agencies should focus on long-term reductions –
The DOE Guidance for the Implementation and Follow-up of Identified Energy and Water Efficiency Measures in Covered Facilities, can be found at http://www1.eere.energy.gov/femp/pdfs/eisa_project_guidance.pdf?CFID=2049309&CFTOKEN=1586545

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