Northampton modifies H2O restrictions, seeking residents to cut down on ‘non-essential’ H2O use
August 18, 2017 - Essential Water
NORTHAMPTON – The Northampton Department of Public Works (DPW) announced Wednesday that it has mutated a H2O restrictions for a city’s open H2O supply.
According to a DPW statement, no non-essential H2O is to be used between a hours of 9 am. and 5 p.m.
“Non-essential water” is tangible as:
- Irrigation of lawns and watering of gardens, flowers, and elaborate plants by means of sprinklers or other automatic means
- Watering by means of handheld hose is slight during a hours of 9am and 5pm
- Washing of vehicles, other than by blurb automobile wash
- Washing of extraneous building surfaces, parking lots, driveways or sidewalks, solely as indispensable to request paint, preservatives, stucco, concrete or cement.
After 5 p.m. until 9 a.m. unlimited H2O use is allowed, according to a statement.
“All users of a Northampton H2O supply are strongly speedy to preserve H2O when possible,” a matter reads.
The DPW’s website states that H2O restrictions might be put in place if a city determines that “a necessity of H2O exists and charge measures are suitable to safeguard an adequate supply of H2O to all H2O consumers.”