Los Angeles might require rainwater capture
Original post made by Resident, Another Palo Alto neighborhood, on Feb 4, 2010
The proposed law would apply to new home-building, larger developments and some redevelopment projects to prevent runoff from reaching the ocean. A builders group has voiced some objections.
I have a suggestion: require our most recent larger developments (800 High, Arbor Real development, Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life, College Terrace Centre, expansion at the Stanford Medical Center) to capture rainwater. Do we have information about the water usage of these developments?
Do we have information about the water usage of these developments?
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