Suffolk Water Authority urges water conservation ahead of summer months

The Water Authority suggests residents use native plantings that require less water.

News 12 Staff

May 16, 2024, 10:19 PM

Updated 29 days ago

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The Suffolk Water Authority is urging its customers to conserve water ahead of the warm summer months.
According to the Water Authority, water use on the island soars in the summer, with the most usage from lawn irrigation.
Officials say an easy way to cut back is to use an odd/even alternating watering schedule.
The Water Authority suggests residents use native plantings that require less water.
It says it will not only help conserve water, but help customers save on their bills.


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