Saturday, December 20, 2008

DWP: Do As I Say Not As I Do

Even though we've had some good rain in the last couple weeks doesn't mean we still shouldn't conserve water. In fact, the L.A. DWP will be the first to encourage its clients to do so by buying low flush toilets, planting more trees to absorb water and installing drought tolerant landscaping (among many other things).

That's all fine and good and reasonable advice, but just a look at the front lawn of the DWP station in Atwater Village will reveal that they don't really practice what they preach.

Shouldn't they?


John said...

I want to hope it's the new low-water grass. It's crazy how little the new stuff takes, and it looks fairly normal. We're getting it in back.

Miles said...

I should hope so.