elements of a regional plan

Elements of a - with the cisterns will consume an extra 24 less imported water per year saving the average homeowner $633 per year on water bills

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Cover Front of the Book Issues Goals/ Objectives Analysis/ Modeling Regional Planning Local Planning Site Scale Design Plan Evaluation Back of the Book Issues Objectives Regional Planning Response Local Planning Response Site Scale Design Plan Evaluation Southern California consumes more water than is naturally available Consume less imported water Developed regional hydro- zones and plant palettes appropriate to each When fully implemented, regional water consumption for landscape irrigation will fall 47% Created neighborhood scale cistern systems to reduce use of imported water Neighborhoods
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Unformatted text preview: with the cisterns will consume an extra 24% less imported water per year, saving the average homeowner $633 per year on water bills Created rooftop rain catchment systems to reduce use of imported water Roof catchments will enable homeowners to reduce use of imported water an additional 9%, saving an additional $220 per year Recessed back yard 4” to catch rainwater for ground water recharge On average, 1000 single family homes with recessed backyards will recharge 1156 acre feet of storm water in a year of average rainfall...
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2010 for the course LA LA 301 taught by Professor Douglasdelgado during the Fall '09 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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