GWNC-LADWP “180 Days to Turn It Around” Campaign

The GWNC Sustainability Committee is partnering with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) to help residents of the Greater Wilshire area conserve water. Many zip codes within the Greater Wilshire area are in the top 1% of water users for the City of Los Angeles. The GWNC Sustainability Committee and LADWP are partnering together to change this statistic with their “180 Days to Turn It Around” campaign. The campaign will be limited to a small group of residents who must opt-in to the challenge. LADWP will perform an audit of the participating residences’ water usage. At the January 13, 2016 GWNC Board meeting, participating residents will receive a welcome packet from the LADWP with an analysis of their water usage. LADWP will provide recommendations on how to reduce water usage. Participating residents will have 180 days from the program’s official launch on January 13, 2016 reduce their water usage by 20%.

If you would like to participate in this program, you must opt-in to the program and submit your nomination tosustainability@greaterwilshire.org by January 6, 2016. Please include your name, address, contact information, and state in the body of your email: “I opt-in to the GWNC Sustainability Committee’s 180 Days to Turn it Around campaign.” Residence within the Greater Wilshire area is required for participation. For additional questions regarding the program, please email sustainability@greaterwilshire.org

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