Drought Planning and Response


Virtually all water providers are vulnerable to the impact of drought and should plan accordingly. The most common approach is to develop a water shortage plan with various drought stages. These stages are typically triggered by a supply condition and contain a set of voluntary or mandatory actions designed to meet a reduction target.


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by California Water Efficiency Partnership and Alliance for Water Efficiency
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