Cornwall seeking residents to shorten non-essential H2O usage

August 4, 2017 - Essential Water

Cornwall, P.E.I., residents should shorten their H2O use immediately due to intensely dry continue and lower-than-average rainfall, according to a news redeem from a Town of Cornwall.

“This is to concede a H2O complement to redeem from aloft than normal use that has been exhausting a city reservoir,” review a release.

Utility and open works manager Matt Duffy pronounced Cornwall residents should be prepared to restrict all non-essential H2O during least “for a subsequent week” or during slightest until there is some rainfall or reduction dry weather. 

Non-essential H2O use includes:

  • Watering lawns or gardens.
  • Washing vehicles/driveways/buildings.
  • Letting H2O run when not being used.

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