California’s winter is off to a great start with large swaths of the state seeing significant, and much needed, snow and rainfall. As we’re all aware the last three years have been California’s driest on record. Reservoirs across the American West are being hit hard, with many far below average levels.
But will this newest storm propel us out of the drought? This free LA Times article says “too early to tell”. One strong winter storm isn’t enough to replenish our dwindling water supply. Last December over 17 feet of snow fell at UC Berkeley’s Central Sierra Snow Lab. Unfortunately the following months were exceptionally dry and the drought continued. For now American’s across the West will have to keep their fingers crossed and hope for a record breaking Winter.
But why wait for Rain? Water Recycling Systems is here to educate the public on Greywater and how it can be collected and used for flushing toilets, spray irrigation, and hard scape wash down. Please visit our Contact Page to reach out directly and learn more!