Administration and Finance Focus
 
 

April 2009
August 2010
SPOTLIGHT
Employee Spotlight - Stephanie Carpenter

CALENDAR
August
Events Calendar

NOTES AND NEWS

Bookstore
Textbook Rentals Come to UH Bookstore

Department of Public Safety
Salute to Law Enforcement 2010

Update - What is your Exit Strategy?

Dining
Three Aramark Employees From the University of Houston Recognized at Annual Thrive Summit

Finance
Sales Tax Holiday

August 2010 Clean-Up
 
Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Statistics

Green UH
Green Hints to Save Water: Outdoor Watering

Vending Machines Receive Sustainable Upgrades

Summer Planting at New Campus Community
Garden


Human Resources
Human Resources 4th Annual Benefits Fair

HRMS
ePRF Form and Effective Dating

Parking and Transportation
Shuttle Tour

Plant Operations
Plans Underway for Central Plan Expansion Project

Policies and Procedures

SAM Approvals
MAPP Approvals
 


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Green Hints to Save Water: Outdoor Watering

Minimize grassy areas. Use drought-tolerant plants and native plants in your landscaping. Group plants according to their watering needs. Use mulch around the plants to reduce evaporation.

Most lawns only need about 1" of water each week. Use a rain gauge to determine how much water your yard has received. If you have to water, water in the early morning or evening when evaporation is the lowest , and install drip irrigation systems which use 30-50% less water. Early morning is generally preferable to dusk since it helps in preventing the growth of fungus. It is best not to water when it's windy wind can blow sprinklers off target and speed up evaporation.