A lot of residents in Los Angeles have been proactive in their effort to help the state of California conserve water, despite the impact it’s had on their daily routine. For some though, the water crisis isn’t a priority and they’re happy to pay the fines to maintain their abundant (32,000 gallons daily) water usage.
“Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez has made it his mission to track down the biggest known water-waster in California. The mystery hog is a Bel Air resident consuming 11.8 million gallons per year (a whopping 32,000 gallons per day). In his most recent column, he writes “I now have a drought posse scouring satellite maps, following neighborhood gutter flows and reporting directly to me. I even know someone who has put a camera-equipped drone into service.”
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