Water Reduction Tips: Your Water Bill
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Roseville, CA -- As dry conditions persist throughout the Golden State and California's Governor declaring a Drought State of Emergency, residents and business owners are being asked to evaluate and reduce water consumption.
With nearly 40 million residents, the cumulative effect of Californians working together to cut back on water consumption can lessen the burden placed on the water systems for which all of us rely.
The series "Water Reduction Tips" will include action items many of us can do to help make a difference.
Water Reduction Tip 1: Your Water Bill
The best and obvious place to begin reducing your water usage starts with your water bill. Understanding how much water you typically use each month of the year provides a good baseline so you can target your water reduction.
Share the information with the members of your household. It's a terrific opportunity to gain a good deal of knowledge on how much water your household uses and find creative ways to cut back. You'll also save a few dollars to boot.
* Not a single Roseville resident we surveyed knew how many gallons of water they use each month.
So we decided to the best place to begin Water Reduction Tips begins with your bill and understanding your water usage.
With that knowledge at your fingertips, getting started saving water can be easy and even a little fun!
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