Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Water Drought in California - How to Save Water

It’s Summer in California and Water is Scarce

Water Drought In California

It is no secret that the drought Californians have been suffering through for nearly 4 years now is taking its toll on the entire state and its respective cities.

California Governor Jerry Brown has issued an Executive Order mandating that water consumption be reduced by 25%.  The lack of water is affecting people, plants and animals, and is wreaking havoc on the economy.

With not enough rainfall to replenish supplies, it is imperative that we make every effort to help conserve what water we do have.

Conservation starts at home and the little things we do to conserve water, when multiplied, can have a positive impact on the state while helping us save water and money.

Saving Water-Every measure Counts

With the typical person using between 80-100 gallons of water per day, you needn’t be a mathematician to realize just how much water is used collectively.  In a family of four that figure quadruples.

Below are listed some money saving tips designed to help conserve water and lower your monthly bill.