A permanent shift in the way Californians use water is apparent in communities where lawns have been replaced with water-wise landscapes. Water customers also are changing out toilets and indoor appliances, making meaningful water use reductions that can be sustained.
A permanent shift in the way Californians use water is apparent in communities where lawns have been replaced with water-wise landscapes. Water customers also are changing out toilets and indoor appliances, making meaningful water use reductions that can be sustained. rpench@sacbee.com Randy Pench
A permanent shift in the way Californians use water is apparent in communities where lawns have been replaced with water-wise landscapes. Water customers also are changing out toilets and indoor appliances, making meaningful water use reductions that can be sustained. rpench@sacbee.com Randy Pench

Californians move beyond emergency water conservation to more sustainable practices

November 02, 2016 05:09 AM

UPDATED November 04, 2016 09:44 PM

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