Drought or no drought: Jerry Brown sets permanent water conservation rules for Californians!
Water restrictions are in place!
Water restrictions are in place! Although he declared an end to California’s historic five-year drought last year, Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday signed two new laws that will require cities and water districts across the state to set permanent water conservation rules, even in non-drought years. Water restrictions are in place!
“In preparation for the next drought and our changing environment, we must use our precious resources wisely,” Brown said in a statement. “We have efficiency goals for energy and cars – and now we have them for water.”
Brown signed two bills, SB 606 by Sen. Robert Hertzberg (D-Van Nuys) and AB 1668 by Assemblywoman Laura Friedman (D-Glendale), that require cities, water districts and large agricultural water districts to set strict annual water budgets, potentially facing fines of $1,000 per day if they don’t meet them, and $10,000 a day during drought emergencies.
Under the bills, each urban water provider will be required to come up with a target for water use by 2022. Fines for agencies failing to meet their goals can begin in 2027.
Here is where the POTTYMISER comes into play with and without water restrictions!
The POTTYMISER attaches to the water intake at the base of the toilet. There is a push button that allows your toilet to fill to the appropriate fill. No water leaks or running toilets to cause wastefulness of the water!
Older toilets can use 3 gallons of clean water with every flush, while new toilets use as little as 1 gallon. The POTTYMISER eliminates any waste of water due to chain hook ups on the flapper / ballcock and catastrophic failures and even slow leaks.
With water conservation laws in place, the simple thing to do to help out is to buy a POTTYMISER! A $50 investment can save you thousands in the long run and help save the planet!
Help save the planet and obey the new water restriction laws!