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by:QY Precision      2019-09-30
SAN FRANCISCO -
Is drought too sexy?
There is no such thing, according to water officials in the San Francisco Bay area, they are launching a new and vivid public awareness advertisement to lure people who have already entered the water
The frugal metropolis is just a little more than giving it up.
\"Go to the front\" to show an advertisement for a front photoLoading washing machine
Smooth, steel, half of the water-
As a topCar loading.
Another ad about the shower urged \"short and wet\", another one after last summer\'s request for \"hurry up.
\"The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission intends to broadcast these ads on billboards, buses, TV and social media.
Meanwhile, officials in Southern California also went with celebrities.
As a group of four, it is strongly required to save water
The drought lasted for a year.
Risque hotels in San Francisco-
A spokesman for the committee, Tyrone Kyaw, said on Wednesday that regional advertising was intended to attract attention and ease emotions. \"It\'s a tongue-in-
Joking in places that attract people\'s attention. This topic\" —the drought —
\"People should pay attention,\" Jue said . \".
When the slightly pornographic approach debuted last summer, visits to the European Commission\'s website surged by more than 400.
Inquiry about the water rebate program
The saving appliances also jumped up.
The most important thing is zone 2.
Jue said that 6 million water users exceeded the goal of reducing water use and saved it.
San Francisco and other communities in the region are already exemplary in saving water.
State records show an average of 44 gallons per day in San Francisco in April, compared to 368 gallons per day in Palm Springs --
Holiday City. Gov.
On April, Jerry Brown ordered a total reduction of 25 in urban water use across the state from this month to make the state spend the driest 4-
Year with record.
Cities that have been eating water must save more than 30 cents. For water-
In San Francisco, the target is only 8 percentage points.
The city is too crowded for water.
Mowing the lawn to protect nature is another part of the social landscape.
For example, roommates and French coffee machines
\"In any case, it\'s one of the things people should do,\" said risk analyst Anthony Sani, who said on the sidewalk near the office, in a summer storm, the rain drops on the jacket.
Sarni described the intense discussion around the toilet, and he had a debate with his three roommates during the drought and under what conditions to flush the water.
There is also a group email about the dishwasher and hand wash.
Although the water supply in San Francisco is in good condition, Sani doesn\'t mind being asked to cut water.
The capacity of the main reservoirs in the state is only 42, while Hetch-
The Hetchy reservoir, which supplies the city, is already full of 92 cents.
In addition, the city\'s rainfall is 75 of normal rainfall, while the average rainfall in other parts of California is 47.
Alan Nick Meyer, San Francisco-related media
Is drought too sexy?
There is no such thing, according to water officials in the San Francisco Bay area, they are launching a new and vivid public awareness advertisement to lure people who have already entered the water
The frugal metropolis is just a little more than giving it up.
\"Go to the front\" to show an advertisement for a front photoLoading washing machine
Smooth, steel, half of the water-
As a topCar loading.
Another ad about the shower urged \"short and wet\", another one after last summer\'s request for \"hurry up.
\"The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission intends to broadcast these ads on billboards, buses, TV and social media.
Meanwhile, officials in Southern California also went with celebrities.
As a group of four, it is strongly required to save water
The drought lasted for a year.
Risque hotels in San Francisco-
A spokesman for the committee, Tyrone Kyaw, said on Wednesday that regional advertising was intended to attract attention and ease emotions. \"It\'s a tongue-in-
Joking in places that attract people\'s attention. This topic\" —the drought —
\"People should pay attention,\" Jue said . \".
When the slightly pornographic approach debuted last summer, visits to the European Commission\'s website surged by more than 400.
Inquiry about the water rebate program
The saving appliances also jumped up.
The most important thing is zone 2.
Jue said that 6 million water users exceeded the goal of reducing water use and saved it.
San Francisco and other communities in the region are already exemplary in saving water.
State records show an average of 44 gallons per day in San Francisco in April, compared to 368 gallons per day in Palm Springs --
Holiday City. Gov.
On April, Jerry Brown ordered a total reduction of 25 in urban water use across the state from this month to make the state spend the driest 4-
Year with record.
Cities that have been eating water must save more than 30 cents. For water-
In San Francisco, the target is only 8 percentage points.
The city is too crowded for water.
Mowing the lawn to protect nature is another part of the social landscape.
For example, roommates and French coffee machines
\"In any case, it\'s one of the things people should do,\" said risk analyst Anthony Sani, who said on the sidewalk near the office, in a summer storm, the rain drops on the jacket.
Sarni described the intense discussion around the toilet, and he had a debate with his three roommates during the drought and under what conditions to flush the water.
There is also a group email about the dishwasher and hand wash.
Although the water supply in San Francisco is in good condition, Sani doesn\'t mind being asked to cut water.
The capacity of the main reservoirs in the state is only 42, while Hetch-
The Hetchy reservoir, which supplies the city, is already full of 92 cents.
In addition, the city\'s rainfall is 75 of normal rainfall, while the average rainfall in other parts of California is 47.
Alan Nick Meyer, San Francisco-related media
Is drought too sexy?
There is no such thing, according to water officials in the San Francisco Bay area, they are launching a new and vivid public awareness advertisement to lure people who have already entered the water
The frugal metropolis is just a little more than giving it up.
\"Go to the front\" to show an advertisement for a front photoLoading washing machine
Smooth, steel, half of the water-
As a topCar loading.
Another ad about the shower urged \"short and wet\", another one after last summer\'s request for \"hurry up.
\"The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission intends to broadcast these ads on billboards, buses, TV and social media.
Meanwhile, officials in Southern California also went with celebrities.
As a group of four, it is strongly required to save water
The drought lasted for a year.
Risque hotels in San Francisco-
A spokesman for the committee, Tyrone Kyaw, said on Wednesday that regional advertising was intended to attract attention and ease emotions. \"It\'s a tongue-in-
Joking in places that attract people\'s attention. This topic\" —the drought —
\"People should pay attention,\" Jue said . \".
When the slightly pornographic approach debuted last summer, visits to the European Commission\'s website surged by more than 400.
Inquiry about the water rebate program
The saving appliances also jumped up.
The most important thing is zone 2.
Jue said that 6 million water users exceeded the goal of reducing water use and saved it.
San Francisco and other communities in the region are already exemplary in saving water.
State records show an average of 44 gallons per day in San Francisco in April, compared to 368 gallons per day in Palm Springs --
Holiday City. Gov.
On April, Jerry Brown ordered a total reduction of 25 in urban water use across the state from this month to make the state spend the driest 4-
Year with record.
Cities that have been eating water must save more than 30 cents. For water-
In San Francisco, the target is only 8 percentage points.
The city is too crowded for water.
Mowing the lawn to protect nature is another part of the social landscape.
For example, roommates and French coffee machines
\"In any case, it\'s one of the things people should do,\" said risk analyst Anthony Sani, who said on the sidewalk near the office, in a summer storm, the rain drops on the jacket.
Sarni described the intense discussion around the toilet, and he had a debate with his three roommates during the drought and under what conditions to flush the water.
There is also a group email about the dishwasher and hand wash.
Although the water supply in San Francisco is in good condition, Sani doesn\'t mind being asked to cut water.
The capacity of the main reservoirs in the state is only 42, while Hetch-
The Hetchy reservoir, which supplies the city, is already full of 92 cents.
In addition, the city\'s rainfall is 75 of normal rainfall, while the average rainfall in other parts of California is 47.
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