According to the Orlando Utilities Commission, City Hall’s recent call for water conservation efforts is yielding fruit, in light of a pending shortage of liquid oxygen which is used to treat drinking water for the region.

Since Friday’s announcement, OUC reports having seen a “moderate decrease” in water demand compared to the daily average of 90 million gallons. OUC has set a goal to conserve between 25-50 percent of the average in the next couple of weeks and the easiest way to do that is to limit water use for lawn irrigation or non-essential uses like washing cars and driveways.

Click HERE for tips on how to conserve water.

Brendan O'Connor

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