Gov. Jerry Brown recently announced a revised game plan for dealing with California’s drought and is moving to give communities more of a say in deciding how much water they must save -which might allow some communities to turn their water features and fountains back on. California Waters continues to work with our clients to identify water conservation opportunities such as recirculating systems, timers, and wind sensors, which power a fountain on and off as dictated by the local wind conditions. We will continue to monitor information and news about the new order and inform you of any new rules.
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