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Critical basic data must be obtained. A Statewide water supply plan should be developed. State and local governments should coordinate and plan regionally. The staffing, programmatic and information needs of the water supply management program must be adequately and reliably funded.
Sacramento County Water Agency
Water is an important part of our daily lives and we use it for a wide variety of purposes, but do we really understand how much we use? The average American family uses more than gallons of water per day at home. Roughly 70 percent of this use occurs indoors.
Nationally, outdoor water use accounts for 30 percent of household use yet can be much higher in drier parts of the country and in more water-intensive landscapes. For example, the arid West has some of the highest per capita residential water use because of landscape irrigation. Water also plays a big role in our local communities.
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Without water there would be no local business or industry. Fire fighting, municipal parks, and public swimming pools all need lots of water. An array of pipes, canals, and pumping stations managed by our public water systems are needed to bring a reliable supply of water to our taps each day. The planet orbits the cool dwarf star K, which is about light-years from Earth in the constellation Leo.
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