Simple and Efficient Ways to Save Water During The Severe Drought State of Emergency in California, a New Dime Water Inc. Guide

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A new guide for homeowners in California, with easy to implement tips on how to save water indoors and outdoors during the state of emergency drought.

Dime Water Inc.

Saving Water Guide

We need to seek out and explore new, renewable sources of water, we must further improve crop irrigation efficiency, and we must explore water treatment and reuse, rainwater harvesting and brackish water desalination.

San Diego based company, Dime Water Inc. compiled a guide for California residents with tips on how to cut back on water usage during the drought state of emergency declared by governor Jerry Brown. It is important for California residents to save water every day without counting on climate changes as they clearly stated in their latest updates.: http://ca.gov/drought/ . With no rain and climate changes taking effect it is important for everyone in California to save water for as long as the drought lasts. The guide will help residents save water each day and will help “Surviving California’s Drought”.

The guide includes indoor and outdoor tips for kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, lawn, landscaping and pool. With these simple and effective ideas Californians can save important amounts of water in their households.

“California is currently facing its longest and sharpest drought on record. The 4 years into drought forced mandatory 25% water cutbacks this year, but despite the efforts in recent decades, the state’s water use still remains unnecessarily profligate and inefficient. Many Californians still use old toilets, washing machines and other appliances that need to be replaced. There is a need to seek out and explore new, renewable sources of water, to improve further crop irrigation efficiency, and to explore water treatment and reuse, rainwater harvesting and brackish water desalination.

In California, more than 50% of residential water use occurs outdoors. For example, a small lawn of 1,000 square-feet takes about 35,000 gallons of water per year. Governor Jerry Brown called a drought emergency in 2014 following the lowest rainfall year in the state’s history, asking California residents to cut their water use by 20%.“ – quoting Michael Colburn, vice-president of Dime Water Inc.

Saving water in Californian households is essential. The guide can be downloaded here.

About Dime Water Inc.

Dime Water Inc. is a water treatment manufacturing company located in San Diego. The company offers a wide range of systems and units designed and built by them including softeners, reverse osmosis units, chemical feed systems, high purity systems and non-chemical treatment units. Dime Water Inc. owns an in-house laboratory for water testing.

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