Do or Dry! Texas Growth Challenges Water Supplies
A brand-new water conservation message has been issued in an attempt to encourage Texas residents to think and act more seriously to conserve water. Future needs will be big and alternating drought and flood events are impacting our economy severely. With our current growth rates and the unpredictability, available water sources could dry up. If you've been in the Houston area for any amount of time, chances are you've felt the rapid growth, as well as the alternating severe weather.
Do or Dry!
Irrigating our lawns and landscapes has become one of our largest expenditures of freshwater sources in Texas. In fact, the Texas Living Waters Project estimates that simply by reducing lawn irrigation to two days a week per household could lower the state’s annual municipal water use by 11%. Seems easy enough right?
At Conserva Irrigation, we’ll help you manage your water use all the way down to the least amount necessary to keep your lawn healthy. All-to-often, lawns, and landscapes are over-watered and actually become healthier with a reduction of water use and an adjustment in irrigation schedules.
The idea is to spread the truth about how a lack of water will negatively affect everyone. With a flexible message like Do or Dry, the messaging can be customized for the specific audience. While farmers might know the pain all-to-well, a finance executive might not understand how overwatering his lawn could harm the Texas economy and provide challenges in his life too. This message allows for that flexibility
If you are ready to take water conservation seriously, start with the system at your home or business that uses the most water, your sprinkler system. Call our experts at Conserva today. We’ll conduct a full free inspection to analyze where your system could be using less water and make the adjustments to save you water and save you money. Call now.