Case Study: How Culver City Reduced Water Usage by 35%

Culver City, a landmark of renowned Technicolor films, high-price sets and Judy Garland’s “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”, is now playing a starring role in water conservation by reducing their water use by 35% as shown in a three-month study.

After facing one the worst droughts in California’s history, Gov. Jerry Brown issued an executive order, requiring all cities to reduce their water use by 25 percent within a year.

To lower Culver City’s water consumption, the city’s public works department created a water conservation plan that includes one of Falcon’s top water-efficient products in the Water Efficient Fixture Project.

As some of you might know, our water-efficient urinals require no water during daily use, providing 100% water reduction and when properly clean by custodians, using the Velocity cartridge, you get odor-free restrooms and cleaner pipes and housing.

The city retrofitted high traffic areas such as Culver City public parks, the Veterans Memorial Complex and the Senior Center with 25 water-efficient models instead of 1.0 gpf urinals, saving 1.2 million gallons of water every year!

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*This blog post was created in partnership with Sloan Valve Company. You can read their blog here.