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Using Reclaimed Water for Lawn Sprinklers in Dunedin, St Pete Beach, Clearwater, Pinellas, Pasadena, Tarpon Springs, Gulfport and Indian Rocks Beach, FL Lawn Irrigation

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Author: Chris Lontok


El Niño, La Niña, floods and extended droughts are but a few of the natural disasters being experienced around the world in recent times. All these are being traced to ecological degradation and climate change. People have, therefore, begun to be aware of the need to participate actively in the much needed worldwide efforts to protect the environment and save natural resources from being completely depleted. One of the most important resources of the earth that is being endangered is water. We should, therefore, laud the efforts to use reclaimed water for lawn sprinkler systems in lawn irrigation. This can be done for any lawn sprinkler systems, including Toro Lawn Sprinklers and Hunter Lawn Sprinklers. People are already using reclaimed water for lawn irrigation in Dunedin, St Pete Beach, Clearwater, Pinellas, Pasadena, Tarpon Springs, Gulfport and Indian Rocks Beach, FL.

Concerned communities have established the use of reclaimed water by setting up reclaimed water pump stations. From here, reclaimed water is distributed to the users' homes where it is routed toward the lawn sprinklers systems for their lawn irrigation. This is how reclaimed water is accessed in Dunedin, St Pete Beach, Clearwater, Pinellas, Pasadena, Tarpon Springs, Gulfport and Indian Rocks Beach, FL.

The use of reclaimed water is being strictly regulated by law, though, and there are various requirements to be complied with in order to make sure that the public's safety is duly protected. As reclaimed water is used for lawn irrigation, care should be exercised to prevent it from reaching hot tubs, spas, wading pools, swimming pools, patios, decks, driveways, sidewalks, roads and ponds. Lawn sprinklers create aerosol drifts that should not be allowed to contaminate eating, drinking or bathing facilities. Any sprinklers that come within 100 feet of such facilities should be equipped with heads that have low spray trajectories. If the lawn sprinklers have non-adjustable heads or if the heads are damaged, sprinkler repair is immediately required. It is, therefore, advisable to establish a professional relationship with a reputable company for excellent lawn sprinklers supply, installation, maintenance and repair in Dunedin, St Pete Beach, Clearwater, Pinellas, Pasadena, Tarpon Springs, Gulfport and Indian Rocks Beach, FL.

Properties that have potable water wells within their premises, or are adjacent to properties that have potable water wells within 100 feet of the property boundary, are not allowed to connect to reclaimed water unless the potable water wells are first disconnected completely from the lawn irrigation system. This rule covers Dunedin, St Pete Beach, Clearwater, Pinellas, Pasadena, Tarpon Springs, Gulfport and Indian Rocks Beach, FL.

All other water supplies should likewise be completely separate from the reclaimed water system. To ensure this, all properties that connect to reclaimed water have to also install a government approved back flow prevention device on their potable water service lines. This is required in Dunedin, St Pete Beach, Clearwater, Pinellas, Pasadena, Tarpon Springs, Gulfport and Indian Rocks Beach, FL.

Reclaimed water is not allowed for use indoors in residential areas. Even in outdoor landscaping, fountains and decorative pools that use reclaimed water have to be marked properly. It can also be used to wash the outside of buildings, roofs, heavy equipment, boats and cars. It is recommended however that potable water be used for final rinsing and then followed by cloth drying to prevent spotting.

Be environmentally responsible. Use reclaimed water for your lawn irrigation to conserve potable water resources. Whatever lawn sprinkler system you use, including the Toro Lawn Sprinkler system or Hunter Lawn Sprinkler system, you can take full advantage of reclaimed water in Dunedin, St Pete Beach, Clearwater, Pinellas, Pasadena, Tarpon Springs, Gulfport and Indian Rocks Beach, FL.

About the author: Sun City Lawn Irrigation
Address: 3529 Cypress Terrace, Pinellas Park, FL 33781
Phone: (727) 577-1500‎
Website: http://www.suncitylawnirrigation.com
email: suncityirrigation@gmail.com


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