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Water use efficiency is a way of life

Saving water every day is the Long Beach way. Click here to see what you can do to LiveH2OLB.

Certified Blue Restaurant Program

The Certified Blue Restaurant (CBR) program supports and recognizes the outstanding Long Beach restaurants that achieve exceptional water efficiency in our community. Interested restaurants can enroll below to receive a no-cost, on-site efficiency survey, free water efficient devices (if eligible), and an assessment for other possible rebates.

Lawn-to-Garden Incentive Program

The Lawn-to-Garden (L2G) program offers a financial incentive to help you successfully convert your thirsty and non-functional turf to a beautiful, water-wise landscape. Click the button below to learn more.

We’re Social

Happy #BaconDay! 🥓⠀
F.O.G. (fats, oils, and grease) shouldn’t go down the drain, so after you enjoy your delicious bacon, remember to put the leftover grease in a separate container before throwing it in the trash, not down the drain.
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Fall is the perfect time to plant your California native garden, and we’re here to make it easy with our Native Parkway Program. Visit our website: lbwater.org/parkway to learn how you can get your free collection of curated native plants and a downloadable planting guide.⠀
📸: Calscape⠀
#savewater #savemoney #nativeplants #fallplantingseason
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This #SmallBusinessSaturday, stop by our partners @garibaldos_nursery and @ricardosnursery to purchase California Native Plants! Knowing which plants are native can be challenging when shopping, but these two nurseries have dedicated space and knowledgeable staff that can help Long Beach residents find the native plants best suited for their needs. Just look for the LBWD Native Plant signs!⠀

#shopsmall #nativeplants #fallplantingseason
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🦃 Happy Thanksgiving from Long Beach Water Department! We’re grateful for our employees who work to bring you clean, reliable water service and our amazing community that values water use efficiency. ...

As people become more conscious of cleanliness, the use of baby wipes, paper towels, and disinfecting wipes has increased. ⠀ ⠀
Please do your part in preventing negative impacts on the sewer system: put wipes (including those labelled “flushable”) and paper towels in the trash 🗑️, not the toilet 🚽. ⠀ ⠀
Together, we can ensure our community continues receiving uninterrupted water and sewer services.💙
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The biggest cause of drain damage during the holiday season is the Notorious FOG — fats, oils & grease. Make sure you dispose of items like gravy and turkey trimmings in the trash this Thanksgiving! ...

Today is World Toilet Day! (yes, really)⠀
All potty humor aside, this day is about tackling the global sanitation crisis. 🚽 Toilets are an important way of protecting people and the environment from disease, but 4.2 billion people live without safely managed sanitation. Learn more at https://www.un.org/en/events/toiletday/
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Just like us, water valves need exercise to stay healthy! Our Long Beach Water Department employees regularly maintain water valves by putting them through their range of motion to ensure they work when needed. ...

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