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2/12/2018 (Permalink)

Education for water recycling

Southern California Drought became a history in 2017. The blessing of rain was plenty during fall, and winter 2016 and spring of 2017, but this past fall and our present winter do not look promising and we face another lack of water in the future. The good news is we all got better in saving water usage in our homes and our yards.

Nevertheless, we can become better by being able to use rainwater with some education.

West Basin Municipal Water District is hosting an event at Redondo Beach Performing Art Center teaching residents how to harvest and use rainwater for irrigation, as well as how to legally and safely reuse water in the washer to wash 2 loads instead of one, and save!

If you missed the event there is still the book "Greywater Green Landscape" that can help catch up with the subject knowledge.

Although water shortage is already a global issue around the world, we as member of this beautiful and blessed area of Southern California even with the knowledge of the fact that our water reservoirs are still full from last year's rain, feel the importance to be involved in helping ourselves and each other, and the world to save, save and save this valuable, vital element of life.

In the past couple of decades, the fact that lots of single family homes were rebuilt to newer construction, using the land to build bigger homes already saves water. The new plumbing, bathroom and kitchen equipment and supplies help reduce wasting water. New constructions are ongoing in the area. Recent rebuilt of eastern areas of Redondo, Manhattan and Hermosa Beach where parcels have bigger land is going to be further beneficial for the cause.

Part of each beautiful home whether older or newe constructions in Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach and Hermosa Beach is still greenery because we all love outdoor living and green is beautiful.

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