Water is a precious commodity, especially this year.
As the spring months of 2020 were some of the driest on record with significantly decreased rainfall in Salt Lake County, water conservation is even more important. This, coupled with the facts that Utah is normally the second-driest state in the United States, and the population has now reached 85,000 people and growing in South Jordan, has further exacerbated the problem. The cooler temperatures Utah experienced early this summer suddenly switching to triple-digit temperatures in July are also a scenario for increased water usage.
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