Conserving water year-round is an integral part of managing and protecting South Florida’s water supplies for today and for our future generations.
Around 3 billion gallons of water are used every day in central and southern Florida by 9 million residents and visitors – for watering our lawns, drinking and bathing, growing our crops and servicing our industries. Future water needs are projected to increase to approximately 4.1 billion gallons per day by 2040. One of the most effective ways to address increasing water needs is through water conservation.
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