CSU Stanislaus Conserves Water

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By Natalie Winters/The Signal - California State University, Stanislaus has implemented measures to reduce campus water consumption by nearly five million gallons in 2014. In early January, California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) issued an emergency drought declaration, urging citizens and requiring state agencies to reduce their water usage by 20 percent. “No one can predict how long the drought will last and what the state’s water situation will look like in the future,” Melody Maffei, Associate Vice President of Facilities Services, said. “We believe CSU Stanislaus will be in good shape when it comes to water conservation going forward.”

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