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SCE Crews at the Ready as Record Heat Descends on Southern California
June 22, 2016
Conservation is key as increased demand puts stress on the electrical grid. ... read more »
DWP Report: Californians Getting on Board with Water Conservation
September 4, 2015
Southland residents did their part conserving water in July, with most cities exceeding their conservation mandates as Californians overall dropped their water use by 31.3 percent, ... read more »
SaveWater.CA.Gov Launched to Help Communities Identify Water Waste
August 5, 2015
To help Californians save more water this summer, the State Water Resources Control Board, the California Department of Technology and Save Our Water announced the launch of SaveWater.CA.Gov. The new mobile-optimized website will allow residents to report suspected leaks and water waste anywhere in the state from their smartphones, tablets and computers. ... read more »
Los Angeles Planning to Begin Harvesting Rainwater to Combat Drought
July 29, 2015
Every time rain falls from the sky in Los Angeles, the city captures a little. In a year, the city manages to get ahold of 27,000 acre-feet of water on average, more than enough to provide over 50,000 households with water. But after four years of severe statewide drought, the LA Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is considering an enormous rainwater capture plan that could possibly yield between 100,000 and 200,000 more acre-feet of water a year by 2035 ... read more »
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