Be Smart With Water- Water Saving Tips

The Irrigation Association is educating irrigation professionals and the public with some sensible programs and promotions for water efficient products and services.

The first of these, called WaterSense, is a voluntary public-private partnership program sponsored by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Its mission is to protect the future of our nation’s water supply by promoting and enhancing the market for more water-efficient products and services.

WaterSense recommends these simple methods of saving water:

For Lawns & Landscapes:

• Water lawns and gardens during the coolest part of the day, such as early morning, when there’s less evaporation

• Set Sprinklers to ensure they’re watering grass and plants, not getting on the street or    sidewalk

• Use soaker hoses or trickle irrigation systems for trees and shrubs

Use Your Appliances Wisely:

• Wash only Full Loads

• Scrape off dishes before loading into the dishwasher, don’t rinse them

• Replace old washers with Energy Star qualified appliances that use less water

Consult an irrigation professional who is certified through a WaterSense program. A certified professional can design, install and most of all, maintain your system to ensure optimal efficiency.

For any WaterSense questions, contact Robert at 631 288-1087, or atRB@RBIrrigation.net or visit www.rbirrigation.net Remember to have regular checks and maintenance of your irrigation system to ensure on-going water efficiency

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