YOU MUST SHOWER WITH BUCKETS! IF YELLOW LET IT MELLOW!
Conserving water in California doesn’t have to be an episode of Man Vs. Wild inside of your home, nor should it force you to practice bad hygiene rhymes. Conquering our water crisis isn’t just about extreme measures, it’s done by a collective awareness about common usage, and a little help from mother nature.
Did you know? Even modern sprinkler heads will emit an average of 1.5 (GPM) while a drip emitter will put out less than 1 (GPH)! Although this is common knowledge for those who know, many folks are unaware how much water they are using in unnecessary applications. More on this later.
What can I do? Call and schedule a #FreeWaterAudit, or if you feel confident enough run an irrigation systems check, look for inefficiencies in design & deficiencies in equipment. When we analyze ways that our systems are inefficient, we are contributing our piece to solving the drought puzzle. Let’s keep it simple, save extreme measures for extreme situations, and focus on what we can do to be part of the #InfrastructuralRevolution.
Energyupgradeca.org estimates that by simply replacing an old irrigation clock/timer with a new, water sense labeled controller a homes water consumption can be reduced by 8,800 Gallons annually. These are the kinds of statistics that put into perspective the effects that small wastes, compounded over long periods of time, really add up! As somebody very wise once said: