Water is Precious—Part II 

From the Desk of Tony Falco

In last months’ article we covered the recent drought and how water is precious and ways to conserve water around your own home. Since April the weather has been changing; there has been frequent rain storms, volcano eruption, earthquakes locally and around the world, and tropical storms and yet, we are still in a drought. Governor Browns’ bill is already in full effect. Have you been to a hotel recently in the last month? Did you notice the sign on the bathroom counter from the hotel in regards to guests reusing bath towels? Or how about restaurants (mostly higher end restaurants) in the middle of the tables are courteous signs that state along the lines, in efforts to conserve water, refills of water will only be upon request.

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Accurate Leak Locators Top 5 Kitchen Faucets

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Two places in a house are integral to the working of the house and the well being of its inhabitants. What are these two things? One is your bathroom and the other is your kitchen. A kitchen is vital in the house because it’s the lab where all our food is created and the utensils kept and washed. When one moves around in the kitchen, one can’t help but notice the large amount of water that’s connected to the effective functioning of the kitchen. The best source of water in a kitchen thus is the faucets in a kitchen. These faucets are used to make use of the water in the kitchen to wash groceries, utensils and much more.

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