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Metropolitan Water District expands drought relief incentives to homeowners and commercial businesses

Actor Edward James Olmos supports water conservation through the installation of artificial grass.  (April 15, 2005/Urban Girl Media)

Actor Edward James Olmos supports water conservation through the installation of artificial grass. (April 15, 2005/Urban Girl Media)

In response to California Governor Jerry Brown’s request to ration water, during this historic drought, turf installation is being introduced as a viable alternative to residents and commercial businesses.  Elected officials in Orange County, along with actor Edward James Olmos, presented the benefits of converting natural grass to turf, at an April press conference. Olmos has removed all grass from his property and converted to artificial grass using Five Star Turf. Five Star Turf showed their product at the Hotel Fullerton, who converted their entire property to artificial grass.

Metropolitan Water District has expanded drought relief programs to homeowners and businesses by doubling incentives for turf installation, high efficiency toilets and rain barrels.  If you are considering removing your grass and replacing with artificial grass visit fivestarturfcommerical.com for more information.

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