Now that the drought conditions have managed to surpass the pinnacle of extremity, we’re starting to see the changes that come as a result. An immediately apparent change has been home landscaping. People are either not watering their lawns and letting them turn brown, or uprooting their grass, and in turn landscaping with drought resistant (low water usage), native Californian plants, mostly succulents. The traditional green lawn and daily soundtrack of the AM sprinkler system is all but a distant memory. Maybe it will turn into something like VCRS: we can tell our kids about it, but they won’t ever really know what it was like. It will just become one of those points to remind us of how old we are.
Whether or not you are on board with these new, and at many times necessary changes, we’re here to tell you: It doesn’t have to be this way!
For those who are more sustainably aware, and have knowledge of the innovation and technology like our own, landscaping isn’t such a green and brown issue. As a matter of fact, there’s a big gray area not being utilized. It just so happens to be graywater recycling systems.
With our residential gray water recycling system, you can play a bigger role than anyone with a dirt lawn without actually having to turn your lawn into dirt. Our systems are designed to capture perfectly suitable water for your irrigation needs and put it to use. If you have not gotten up to date with the wanders that graywater recycling systems have to offer, maybe you should look into us a little more!
By: Jay Berstein
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