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Health & Lifestyle
(not verified) on Sat, 02/02/2008 - 10:39am.
Power washers can sympathize with the landscaping profession. Our industries have not caused this drought, nor have they contributed to waste and hundreds of small businesses are suffering tremendously. There are many other industries that waste thousands of gallons of water that doesn't even affect their business. It takes the equivalent of about 4 average baths to perform a professional housewash - once a year. Landscapers, in all likelihood, would use less water if allowed to water more frequently as opposed to less often. If you don't want to let washers perform their business, or landscapers to perform theirs, then shouldn't it be ridiculous to allow retail box stores to inventory plants that they are allowed to water - it's not like anyone is buying them because none of us, as homeowners, are allowed to water them when we get them home?!? A professional company that utilizes water has means and methods implemented to use the least amount of water possible. If professionals are allowed to do the work that is needed as opposed to untrained or unlicensed companies, water would be conserved!
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