Los Angeles Finds Savvy Idea to Conserve Water after Drought

May 03

Los Angeles Finds Savvy Idea to Conserve Water after Drought

The city of Los Angeles has been making impressive efforts in light of the recent reprieve from drought-like conditions. The deluge that the state recently experienced as a whole, has precipitated new plans to conserve and capture the excess storm water for safekeeping, to be used at a later date. The strategies for capturing and conserving rainwater are abundant,...

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California Cities Setup Cultivated Use of Water

Dec 09

California Cities Setup Cultivated Use of Water

Many cities throughout California are conscientious of recycling and have been for the long term. But recycling water has now become a magnified topic as the drought persists. Recently researchers at UCLA have addressed the topic of recycled water being collected from sewer systems and then purified. At first glance, it may sound appealing. However it is a...

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LA Gets Creative with Repurposed Water

Mar 07

LA Gets Creative with Repurposed Water

During a drought it is crucial to find means to conserve water.  The city of Los Angeles is being commended for doing just that in a unique and innovative way.  The conservation initiative began with swimming pools. The task involved the use of leftover water that remained at McCambridge Pool and Recreation Center.  With water to be reused after draining the...

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Turf Replacement Initiative Offers Incentives for Homeowners

Feb 08

Turf Replacement Initiative Offers Incentives for Homeowners

The Department of Water Resources has an innovative solution for water conservation in Los Angeles.  It is a rebate program incentive for homeowners who remove turf and replace it with landscapes that require little water. This is in support of the State’s drought response. The $24 million program budget is expected to support the conversion of more than 10...

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