For nearly two decades, the Central Basin has been a leader in the state promoting the conservation of water resources by making changes before the rest of the state.
Online PR News – 14-June-2012 – California – [Commerce, CA] - June 3, 2012 - For nearly two decades, the Central Basin has been a leader in the state promoting the conservation of water resources by making changes before the rest of the state. By being proactive, the Municipal Water District has helped those it serves find ways of reducing the amount of water they use and help to make sure that there would plenty of water for all in the process. Even with population in the region steadily rising, water usage has remained more less unchanged, a startling statistic and one that impresses many who understand exactly how difficult it can be to get any population to stick with goals of conserving any type of natural resource, especially something so common place as water is in the United States today. Rebates for citizens and businesses, however, are making a difference and helping the district to move forward with its Conservation Master Plan. This plan was put in place in light of the fact that Southern California is facing a water supply allocation plan that could change things in a big way. By taking action in advance, the Central Basin has established itself as a leader in shaping policies and programs that can work for those who live in the area and emphasize the importance of making good use of California's water.
Awareness campaigns like Shut Your Tap help inform customers of what they can do themselves to help conserve water right in their own homes. A number of free resources are available to those who would like to take advantage of them and learn the best ways of enacting Water Conservation in their every day lives. By taking forward steps like this, many are finding that it has become easier for them to feel good about the way they use water and know that they are making a serious effort to pitch in and help make Southern California a better place for everyone for years to come. Since so many things can be done that do not strain the average person's day, most in the Central Basin region find that the changes are not just easy to make, they also have a positive effect on their water bill. Cities, businesses, residents and other community partners have all gotten involved with the campaign and learned how they can make a difference in small ways that have an impressive cumulative effect. This is how the region has established itself as a leader in conserving water today.
To learn more about the Central Basin's efforts to curb water usage or the Shut Your Tap program, visitors should head to www.CentralBasin.org right now. Or they can call 1-323-201-5500 to speak with someone over the phone.