California’s water conservation efforts
For the last few years, California has implemented legislation to combat water shortage as a result of longstanding drought in the region. This legislation has included measures that aim to conserve water by restricting usage to specific times and applications. We’ve all seen the commercials, billboards and bus-wraps urging CA residents to conserve water by switching to turf lawns, or watering their landscapes on certain days with the reassurance that “Brown is the new GREEN”.
Save Your Lawn and Your Water
Being wiser with your water usage does not mean you need to watch your grass die. In fact, we believe your grass should be greener. Advances in technology allow us to create systems that are able to reclaim and recycle water to irrigate your landscape. This new approach to landscape irrigation takes the guesswork out of responsible water usage and your home’s landscape maintenance. With the Puroserve Model Series, our HT units produce rinse water that is still better quality than typical city water. We are able to take rinse water that would normally go down the drain and re-use it to irrigate your lawn and garden. You can save water and keep your home landscape looking healthy at the same time.
Doing Your Part
California’s water shortage problem cannot be solved overnight. But with a little bit of effort, we can all do our part to help conserve water without sacrificing too many of the privileges we enjoy. The Puroserve Model Series benefit of reclaiming and re-using rinse water for landscape irrigation is only one way to help conserve water.
Here are a few general tips to help you conserve even more water:
- Finding other uses for water you pour down the drain, such as watering plants.
- Turn off the tap while washing your hands, brushing your teeth, or shaving.
- Avoid using the dishwasher excessively and only run it with a full load.
- Opt to take shorter showers instead of baths.
- For the truly dedicated – Try a Navy shower! Turn the water off while you lather.