“The beloved, bright-green American lawn is closer to becoming a relic in California”

Category :
commercial graywater,drought,drought regulations,graywater recycling,lawn,residential graywater system
Author :

“State officials, who are already urging people to let their grass yards wither during the drought, passed new rules [July 15] essentially banning them from being planted around new commercial buildings, while limiting grass to about 25 percent of the landscaping at new homes.

The regulations, adopted by the California Water Commission, come at the direction of Gov. Jerry Brown, who in April called for the state’s construction guidelines to better promote water conservation after four historically dry years.

The regulation takes effect Dec. 1.


Keeping one’s lawn green becomes much less of an issue when homes and businesses recycle graywater for irrigation. Water Recycling Systems, LLC has installed over 75 graywater and rainwater systems over the past decade. We have graywater and/or rainwater systems that will fit your needs and help meet drought regulations.

Please give us a call at 844-DROUGHT, or visit our website at www.reusegraywater.com

~ Water Recycling Systems, LLC

Related Post