Thursday, February 6, 2014
Across California, state agencies and departments are taking immediate actions to curb water use at their facilities in response to the drought state of emergency declared by Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr.
The Governor’s state of emergency declaration charged the Department of General Services (DGS) with “immediately implement(ing) water use reduction plans for all state facilities.”
“Throughout state government, we are answering Governor Brown’s call to save water wherever we can,” said DGS Director Fred Klass. “DGS is leading water conservation efforts at our state-owned buildings.”
Read the press release.