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California Takes Action to Conserve Water

Western States Brace for Drought with Water-Saving Measures

The impending summer heat is raising concerns about water scarcity, particularly in western states like California. Officials in California have issued warnings about potential drought conditions looming this summer unless water consumption is reduced. To address this, steps are being taken to curtail nonessential water usage.

Recently, the California Water Resources Control Board approved a measure to prohibit watering nonessential grassy areas across the state. This includes grassy spots found in college campuses, office complexes, and specific residential zones. Concurrently, a decision was made to restrict the frequency of lawn watering for Californians.

Chair of the California Water Board, Joaquin Esquivel, emphasized the importance of water conservation, stating, “The severity of this drought requires all Californians to save water in every possible way.”

He added, “The governor made very clear yesterday that there is a sense of urgency here.”

Earlier this year, Governor Gavin Newsom cautioned about an impending severe drought due to a lack of voluntary water conservation. With voluntary efforts falling short, Newsom warned of potential mandatory water usage restrictions if conditions worsen.

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