(Ariana Berkemeier / The Signpost)
Weber State University buildings in need of significant repairs will receive new bathroom fixtures, including dual-flush toilets and water-restricting faucets. (Photo Illustration by Ariana Berkemeier / The Signpost)

 

Sprinklers on campus Aug. 9, 2014. (Kaitlyn Johnson / The Signpost)
A campus sprinkler waters xeriscaping in fall 2014. Weber State University is taking steps to conserve water by implementing the use of sensors on a new sprinkler system that indicates whether or not an area needs water. (Kaitlyn Johnson / The Signpost)
A campus sprinkler waters xeriscaping in fall 2014. Weber State University is taking steps to conserve water by having implemented the use of sensors on a new sprinkler system that indicate whether or not an area needs water. (Kaitlyn Johnson / The Signpost)
A campus sprinkler waters xeriscaping in fall 2014. Weber State University is taking steps to conserve water by implementing the use of sensors on a new sprinkler system that indicates whether or not an area needs water. (Kaitlyn Johnson / The Signpost)

 

Sprinklers on campus Aug. 9, 2014. (Kaitlyn Johnson / The Signpost)
A campus sprinkler waters xeriscaping in fall 2014. Weber State University is taking steps to conserve water by implementing the use of sensors on a new sprinkler system that indicates whether or not an area needs water. (Kaitlyn Johnson / The Signpost)

 

A campus sprinkler waters xeriscaping in fall 2014. Weber State University is taking steps to conserve water by having implemented the use of sensors on a new sprinkler system that indicate whether or not an area needs water. (Kaitlyn Johnson / The Signpost)
A campus sprinkler waters xeriscaping in fall 2014. Weber State University is taking steps to conserve water by implementing the use of sensors on a new sprinkler system that indicates whether or not an area needs water. (Kaitlyn Johnson / The Signpost)
(Ariana Berkemeier / The Signpost)
An easy way for students to use water more wisely is to refill their own bottles instead of purchasing bottled water. (Photo Illustration by Ariana Berkemeier / The Signpost)
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