California Tightening Water-Use Rules for Urinals, Faucets Amid Drought
from Los Angeles Times
Gov. Jerry Brown recently stood in a bone-dry meadow to order historic water restrictions. On April 8, state officials took the drought battle into Californians' kitchens and bathrooms, approving the nation's most efficient standards for water appliances. The new regulations, which limit water flow for all new toilets, urinals and faucets, are expected to save more than 10 billion gallons of water in the first year, according to the California Energy Commission.
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