Metro Vancouver approves new Drinking Water Conservation PlanMetro Vancouver approves new Drinking Water Conservation Plan<div class="ExternalClass0B09A9D1AF2C459CB60D7A462CF6C76B"><p>Metro Vancouver has approved a new Drinking Water Conservation Plan to promote water conservation and reduce water use across the region, particularly during the summer months when precipitation is low and water use is high, or in times of water shortages and emergencies.</p><p>The plan, approved by the Greater Vancouver Water District Board on June 23, 2017 and slated to be enacted in May next year, replaces the Water Shortage Response Plan, which has been under review since the 2015 drought. Despite excessive rainfall from November through April, Metro Vancouver takes water conservation seriously to ensure we have sufficient water throughout the drier months. </p><p>The new plan includes seven changes to water use restrictions across the region, mostly affecting the watering of lawns and landscapes, playing fields, and golf courses, and the operation of commercial car washes and pools. The changes reflect feedback from consultation with local governments, the private sector and the public, as well as the results of a technical analysis. </p><p>The plan focuses on: </p><ul><li>improving water conservation, reducing excessive outdoor irrigation, and water wastage during the high demand season; and </li><li>reducing water use during shortages and droughts with a focus on easing unintended hardships to businesses and residents. </li></ul><p>The plan also includes new sections on water conservation, year-round conservation measures, the different stages for the water restriction activation process and monitoring and enforcement. The plan will be effective on November 1, 2017, for implementation on May 1, 2018. This will provide local governments with sufficient time to update their bylaws to reflect the new updates.</p><p>The new DWCP can be found here: <a href="/boards/GVWD/WD_2017-Jun-23_AGE.pdf" target="_blank">report</a>.</p></div>http://heimat-deutschland.info/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue34-dwcp.jpg2017-07-31T07:00:00ZGP0|#2c0fce0a-9b46-4bae-b276-c523188c6aa3;L0|#02c0fce0a-9b46-4bae-b276-c523188c6aa3|Issue 34;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClassF86465D998DE486D94FD8048C8E333AF"><p>​Metro Vancouver has approved a new Drinking Water Conservation Plan to promote water conservation and reduce water use across the region, particularly during the summer months when precipitation is low and water use is high, or in times of water shortages and emergencies. The plan, approved by the Greater Vancouver Water District Board on June 23, 2017, and slated to be enacted in May next year, replaces the Water Shortage Response Plan.</p></div>0

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