Free Water For Your Home
California is entering our fourth year of drought. Communities have come together to cut their water consumption, but conservation alone can only take us so far and our state risks severe water shortages if more is not done soon. As state officials consider tougher water restrictions, the Tri-Valley is being proactive.
The Dublin San Ramon Services District (DSRSD) has come up with a way to help residents save water and still enjoy their lawns and gardens – the Residential Recycled Water Fill Station. Last summer, the DSRSD opened a recycled water station where residential customers can get up to 300 gallons per-trip of treated sewage water to irrigate landscaping, fill fountains or wet down dust. The fill station is located inside the DSRSD Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility at 7399 Johnson Drive in Pleasanton.
|Residential Recycled Water Fill Station Hours|
|Mon, Wed, Fri||Noon – 5:00pm|
|Sat||8:00am – Noon|
|The fill station will be closed on rainy days.|
It is important to remember that even though we have had some rain, the drought is a long way from over. I am committed to working with my colleagues in Congress to provide short term relief and long term solutions to California’s drought. As always, it is an honor to represent you in the U.S. Congress. Visit my website or contact my East Bay offices at 510-370-3322 or 925-460-5100 if we can be of service in any way. To stay connected, join me on Twitter @RepSwalwell, Facebook, and if you have not done so already, please sign up to continue receiving my e-newsletter.
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