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As summer approaches, outdoor watering of gardens and lawns may be necessary. Now is the time to check your sprinkler system to make sure it is working properly and efficiently. And, don’t forget to sign up for weekly lawn watering recommendations from WaterMyYard.org to know when to water and when to wait.
Experts estimate that as much as half of water used for outdoor irrigation is wasted due to evaporation or runoff caused by inefficient irrigation methods and systems. The Texas A&M Irrigation Technology Program has found that one broken sprinkler head can waste up to 10 gallons per minute! Here are some easy steps that the Environmental Protection Agency WaterSense program recommends to check your sprinkler system: inspect, connect, direct and select.
Residents living in a community that receives treated water from Upper Trinity can sign up to receive a free Sprinkler System Check-Up by a licensed irrigator! Simply fill out the online Request Form at bit.ly/UTRWDCHECKUP and you will be contacted to schedule your Check-Up.
Be sure to sign up for weekly lawn watering recommendations at WaterMyYard.org. Find videos and other resources on the Upper Trinity website at www.utrwd.com/conservation.html or call 972-219-1228.
Upper Trinity Regional Water District is a regional water conservation and reclamation district created in 1989 to provide water and wastewater services on a wholesale basis to cities and utilities in Denton County, and a portion of Collin County. For more information, visit www.utrwd.com.