Everyone knows we're suffering from drought conditions again, right?

Did you know Governor Jerry Brown has declared a drought emergency for the state of California?  We've been through this before and thankfully San Diegan's have learned how to manage their water consumption to help save water for all Californians.  As written by Channel10 news, " According to the SDCWA, per capita potable water use in the San Diego area has decreased about 27 percent since 2007".  So let's review what we can each do to help save water!  Here are the guidelines published by the San Diego County Water Authority for a Level 1 Drought watch: 

  • Repairing leaks quickly
  • Washing paved surfaces only when necessary for health and safety
  • Eliminating inefficient landscape irrigation, such as runoff and overspray
  • Irrigating only before 10 a.m. and after 6 p.m.
  • Using hoses with automatic shut-off valves for car washing and irrigating areas that aren’t on automated irrigation systems
  • Serving and refilling water at restaurants only on request
  • Offering hotel guests the option of not laundering their linens and towels daily
  • Using recycled or non-potable water for construction activities when possible

 For more information go to the SDCWA website: http://www.sdcwa.org/drought-response

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