ROWLAND HEIGHTS – Rowland Water District has launched an exciting, innovative website focused on providing customers with user-friendly information and resources related to water conservation. Interested consumers can visit https://yourwaterfootprint.org/ to find the tools they need to monitor their ‘water footprint’ and most importantly, how to immediately change their water use behaviors. The launch of the online platform is just one component of a larger educational campaign that includes conservation-related bill inserts, handouts, flyers, educational programs for kids and more.
“Sometimes our customers don’t know where to start to conserve water and they don’t really even understand how much water they use,” explains Tom Coleman, General Manager of Rowland Water District. “As water use restrictions continue to be mandated by our state government, it’s important that we as a water agency communicate directly with our customers about the changes they can make in their own homes to achieve conservation goals.”
In 2018, former California Gov. Brown signed into law two bills (SB 606 and AB 1668) in an effort to “make water conservation a California way of life.” The bills are aimed at long-term conservation goals and providing water supply reliability to endure anticipated long and intense droughts. As […]