It Doesn’t Take Much…To save 28 gallons a day


Throughout California’s history there have been periods of low rainfall and even drought. However, California’s current drought is being referred to as the “driest period in the state’s recorded rainfall history,” which is why Governor Brown declared a state of emergency and calls on all of us to cut back our water use by at least 20 percent.

According to the Municipal Water District of Orange County (MWDOC), the amount of water Orange County residents use each day averages 140 gallons per person. Here are some easy tips to help you reduce your water use by 20 percent or 28 gallons per day.