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The Past, Present & Future of Residential Water Recycling

PAST – Residential Water Recycling If you asked a California Home Owner 20-30 years ago – “What is Residential Water Recycling?” – the majority of home owners would have a blank look on their face, while a small minority of environmentally sensitive home owners would potentially mention “using the waste water from my clothes washing machine, to water my flower beds”. But truthfully, these would have been the only 2 possible answers available at the time. Residential Water Recycling, also known as Home Water Recycling, is a relatively new phrase in the world of Home Ownership. As California Home Owners we are very familiar with “Recycling” in general, such as […]

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San Diego Water Recycling Tanks Collect Sprinkler & Rain Water

Looking for water recycling tanks in San Diego to collect sprinkler and rain water runoff? Call the experts at WRESY Water Recycling System! 888-973-7972 With today’s drought conditions in San Diego, watering your lawn and landscaping is costing you a ton of money and is using up way too much precious water. Did you know, when you water your yard the grass only absorbs about 20% of that water? The other 80% runs down the sidewalks, down the street and into the drain! The WRESY Water Recycling System is a unique application designed to give you the ability to recapture water from your property’s irrigation runoff that can be recycled […]

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An Average California Home’s Outdoor Water Usage, Waste & Rain Capture

In order to better educate our San Diego homeowners & customers, we spent a LARGE amount of time last month scouring the web for verifiable data regarding the Average American’s outdoor water usage, outdoor water waste & potential rainfall capture opportunities … and you’ll be amazed at the data we found! http://water.usgs.gov/edu/qa-home-percapita.html – Did you know, according to the U.S. Geographical Survey, “the average American uses 80-100 gallons of water a day? That means a typical family of 4 could use up to 146,000 gallons of water every year.” http://www.epa.gov/WaterSense/pubs/outdoor.html – According to the EPA “The average American family uses 320 gallons of water per day, about 30 percent of […]

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San Diego CA Drought News & Updates

This historic 4-year drought has hit San Diego County & Southwestern California extremely hard… and on January 17, 2014 California State Governor, Jerry Brown, declared a drought state of emergency. The USGS (United States Geological Survey) defines a drought as “a period of drier-than-normal conditions that results in water-related problems. When rainfall is less than normal for several weeks, months, or years, the flow of streams and rivers declines, water levels in lakes and reservoirs fall, and the depth to water in wells increases. If dry weather persists and water-supply problems develop, the dry period can become a drought.” – http://ca.water.usgs.gov/data/drought/ On April 1, 2015, the California Department of Water […]

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San Diego’s Urban Water to Achieve 25% Use Reduction

SACRAMENTO, April 1 (Reuters) – California Governor Jerry Brown, acting in the face of a devastating, multiyear drought, ordered the first statewide mandatory water restrictions on Wednesday, directing cities and communities to reduce usage by 25 percent. Brown, who made the announcement at a ski resort in the Sierra Nevada mountains, said the move, which comes as California reports its lowest snowpack levels on record, would save some 1.5 million acre-feet of water over the next nine months. “We’re standing on dry ground and we should be standing on five feet (1.5 metres) of snow,” said Brown, a Democrat. “This is rationing. We’re just doing it through the different water […]

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Learn How the WRESY Water Recycling System Works

The Water Recycling System, WRESY™ is a unique application designed to give homeowners the ability to recapture water from irrigation and rain runoff that can be recycled through their sprinkler systems. It is estimated that approximately 80% of all water used for domestic household irrigation is currently going down the drain. The WRESY™ System helps homeowners recapture and reuse that water while saving natural resources and reducing water bills. How the WRESY, Water Recycling System Works: STEP 1 : When normal irrigation occurs as scheduled, over 80% of that water is wasted runoff and goes down the drain. STEP 2 : When the Water Recycling System, known as WRESY, is […]

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San Diego County’s 2015 Water Use Restrictions

The Water Authority’s Board of Directors on May 14 adopted a set of measures to help local water agencies meet state mandated water-use reduction targets by restricting irrigation of ornamental landscapes to no more than two days a week across the region and immediately boosting regional conservation and outreach efforts. In addition, the Board established local urban and agricultural water supply cutbacks based on reduced water deliveries from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and set penalties for local agencies that exceed their supply allocations from the Water Authority. The regional approach to meet the state mandated water-use restrictions centers on decreasing ornamental landscape irrigation first to minimize the […]

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