It seems that this week the city of Los Angeles will have its first major water conservation event in a long time, as it will try to reduce the amount of water needed for people in the city.
The city is planning to reduce water usage to 10% of average usage, a decrease of nearly 1.2 billion gallons of water, a 1% decrease.
However, the water conservation effort is not only limited to Los Angeles.
The City of Nashville is also planning to implement water conservation measures, but it’s not expected to be as large.
Nashville has some of the lowest water consumption rates in the country, which are in the 40s.
The problem with water conservation efforts is that they are often implemented by cities that have already implemented a water conservation plan.
If Nashville were to implement a similar water conservation program, it would have the most water use reduction program in the nation, but the city’s plan would still fall short of the national average of more than 13 billion gallons.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, Nashville has the highest water use of any city in the United States.
In 2016, the city spent nearly 1 billion gallons on water conservation.
The amount of money the city spends on water is a direct result of a city’s population and the amount that it spends on infrastructure.
For example, Nashville spends about $2 billion per year on water.
According for 2017, the average amount of city water use is about 11 million gallons per day.
It’s worth noting that the EPA estimates that cities have spent more than $50 billion dollars in water conservation programs.
The largest cities in the US have adopted water conservation as a priority, which has made water conservation a common and widely-recognized part of municipal planning.
But it is difficult to make predictions about water use levels in the future.
The EPA’s 2017 report on water use in the U.S. says that “there is little reliable data on the amount and types of water that may be used to meet water demand during times of drought, increased or decreased in population or other factors that might influence water use.”
The EPA report also says that, based on its estimates, it is possible that “the number of persons with water problems in a given city may exceed the average number of water-related problems.”