If you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, then you haven’t been made aware of the serious drought California is in. The rest of us have been constantly reminded through almost every media outlet but rightfully so, at this rate California won’t have water in a few years. Now, granted our country won’t let its second largest state actually have no water, and water would be brought in from other sources once California’s ran out, but that doesn’t change the severity of the issue.
What’s the most effective way to tackle this issue? CONSERVATION. Cities and counties across California have created pricey fines and for wasting water in response to the dilemma. Water budgets have been reduced between 10-30% and landscapes cannot be watered between 8am and 8pm.
This has made people fix their broken sprinkler, take shorter showers, and wash their car less, but there is still so much more waste going on that the efforts must intensify in order to make significant progress.
Western Municipal Water District is constantly working toward using water as efficiently as possible, and their work means as much now as it has ever before. They’ve educated people on water resource management and what steps to take in light of this drought. Although there is still a lot of work to do, they have definitely been a huge help to the community they are in.
Western Municipal Water District sprinter van wrap is a great example of making a vehicle a mobile advertisement considering the more people that know their work, the more people they can educate to conserve water. This wrap is covered in all different shades of blue and with the phrase “lets use water efficiently” at the top of the wrap, it will raise awareness and constantly remind us all to CONSERVE!