Drinking Water Conservation Plan updatedDrinking Water Conservation Plan updated<div class="ExternalClass0FA14856CB7D48889470D8FC560A9E4D"><p>Metro Vancouver’s <a href="/services/water/conservation-reservoir-levels/lawn-sprinkling/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank">lawn watering regulations</a> came into effect on May 1 and will remain in place until mid-October, to conserve treated drinking water during the hot and dry summer months.</p><p>The Stage 1 regulations were activated two weeks earlier than last year, as part of Metro Vancouver’s new Drinking Water Conservation Plan (DWCP). Residents can water their lawn two mornings per week, down from three, with additional adjustments related to watering trees, shrubs and flowers with a sprinkler. An hour of rain or watering per week is all the water you need for a healthy lawn.</p><p>Activating watering regulations earlier has the potential to delay higher and more restrictive stages during a hot and dry summer. While the region’s reservoirs were full in early May, a consistent start to the seasonal regulations helps to develop good habits for the drier months ahead.</p><p>The new DWCP, previously the <em>Water Shortage Response Plan</em>, underwent a two-year review process, including an extensive review with Metro Vancouver members, businesses and the public. The plan regulates how residents, businesses and local governments use drinking water in the summer months or during periods of water shortages. In cases of extreme drought or unusually high demand for water, Metro Vancouver has the ability to implement higher stages of the Drinking Water Conservation Plan, if necessary.</p><p>Although the region’s population continues to grow, overall water demand has remained relatively steady over the past several years. However, overall consumption is forecast to increase gradually in the coming years as the effect of the rate of population growth on water demands exceeds the water conservation efforts.</p><p>Local governments throughout Metro Vancouver enforce the lawn watering restrictions through local bylaw regulations.</p></div>http://heimat-deutschland.info/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue43-lawnwatering.jpg2018-05-30T07:00:00ZGP0|#c0baf3c1-0486-4c55-bb41-a9db2cb32bdd;L0|#0c0baf3c1-0486-4c55-bb41-a9db2cb32bdd|Issue 43;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClass78904900DCDE4D41B0F67E0F49AB23B4"><p>​Metro Vancouver’s <a href="/services/water/conservation-reservoir-levels/lawn-sprinkling/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank">lawn watering regulations</a> came into effect on May 1 and will remain in place until mid-October, to conserve treated drinking water during the hot and dry summer months.</p></div>0

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