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Ridgewood Water reminds us that lawn watering is a HUGE contributor to summer water consumption

June 19,2018

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, Ridgewood Water reminds us that lawn watering is a HUGE contributor to summer water consumption. You can help conserve water and save money by installing a dripline system or a “smart controller” on your existing automatic irrigation system or even for your hose.

When it comes to a home’s irrigation system, a little maintenance goes a long way. Properly managing your irrigation system can help you reduce your annual outdoor water use by nearly 8,800 gallons, equivalent to the amount of water used to take 500 showers!

If you’re not a DIY type, go with a WaterSense pro. Certified professionals apply specific techniques and technologies to boost water efficiency. Irrigation pros with the skills and knowledge assessed by a WaterSense labeled certification program can help you improve the health and water use of your outdoor space.

2 thoughts on “Ridgewood Water reminds us that lawn watering is a HUGE contributor to summer water consumption

  1. Gotta love that RW water is giving advise or suggestions on any best practice, management ideas, or cost control.

    RW Water should be a course study in management ineffectiveness, lack of foresight and planning, and inability to provide sufficient product. In any real world they would be out of business in short order.

    The only thing that lacks real leadership more then RW Water is the Village Council who allows this to ridiculous situation to continue year after year.

  2. Maybe we can build a GINORMOUS WATER TOWER to go along with the GINORMOUS GARAGE.

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