Clovis uses recycled water to irrigate landscaping on much of the city’s eastside, but the city will not get credit for it under new conservation standard imposed by the state because the water isn’t recharged for potable use.
Clovis uses recycled water to irrigate landscaping on much of the city’s eastside, but the city will not get credit for it under new conservation standard imposed by the state because the water isn’t recharged for potable use. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file photo
Clovis uses recycled water to irrigate landscaping on much of the city’s eastside, but the city will not get credit for it under new conservation standard imposed by the state because the water isn’t recharged for potable use. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file photo

Valley communities get lower state water conservation goals

April 07, 2016 07:00 PM