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Small Business Leads Water Conservation Charge

Anaheim-Based Synthetic Grass Warehouse Calls for More Community Involvement with Water Conservation

Category: Investment, Water

Investorideas.com Newswire

ANAHEIM, Calif. - July 28, 2015 (www.waternewswire.com) Anaheim-based Synthetic Grass Warehouse (SGW) is leading the charge for water conservation. With the drought in full swing, water conservation is more important than ever, yet residents are still abusing water rights when it comes to watering lawns. The company serves as a distribution center for synthetic grass as well as industry experts on the drought, alternative landscaping and synthetic grass and urges those in drought-stricken states who water their lawns to seek an alternative way to landscape their home.

The average household uses 320 gallons of water each day — 192 gallons of that attributed to outdoor lawn care. The state of California needs 11 trillion gallons of water to be drought-free, and Governor Jerry Brown had reduced urban water consumption by 25 percent. Because of this, California residents are switching from natural grass to synthetic grass as a water saving solution. If even half of the residents in California switched to synthetic grass, the state would save nearly 1.2 billion gallons of water each day.

"Even though the governor significantly reduced our water usage, I still see people outside watering their lawns on a daily basis. The worst part is that most people don’t realize that the majority of their water consumption comes from outdoor watering. What’s it going to take for Californians to let go of their green lawns and help their community get out of the drought?" said Joe Ayoub, co-owner of SGW. "At SGW, we want to educate our community on the drought and how serious it is. Our goal is to hopefully see more synthetic grass lawns than natural lawns. This is all we need to kick the drought."

The company provides an "Info Center" on their website with resources and also hosts programs so residents in drought-stricken states can educate themselves on how to decrease their water consumption. Residents can check out SGW’s:

  • How to Install Synthetic Grass" guide for a do-it-yourself tutorial on how to install your own turf
  • Media page with press kit items and drought statistics and facts
  • Newsletter for the latest drought news, industry news, specials/discounts and resources
  • "Learn How to Install Synthetic Grass" programs
  • Social media channels for industry news, promotions, drought news and easily-accessible info
  • Live Chat Support to learn more about synthetic grass, the benefits, SGW products, specials and promotions

Residents can also check their local water authority for more information on their individual water consumption and how they can help their community save water.

For more information on Synthetic Grass Warehouse products and installation, visit their website: www.syntheticgrasswarehouse.com.

Synthetic Grass Warehouse

Over the past 11 years, Anaheim-based Synthetic Grass Warehouse (SGW) has become the nation’s largest distributor of synthetic grass products for landscapes, putting greens, playgrounds and pet applications. The company is the exclusive distributor of Everlast Turf and Tiger Turf, the highest quality and most technologically advanced synthetic grass on the market. With six distribution locations, SGW provides same-day shipping and serves as a resource center for all things synthetic grass. For more information, visit: www.syntheticgrasswarehouse.com. Follow them on Facebook Facebook.com/SyntheticGrassWarehouse, on Twitter @SGWCorp on Instagram @sgwcorp and on Pinterest SGW Corp.

For more information, please contact 951-719-1040 or media@sgwcorp.com.

Facebook: facebook.com/SyntheticGrassWarehouse
Twitter: @SGWCorp
Instagram: instagram.com/sgwcorp
Pinterest: pinterest.com/sgwcorp


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Published at Water Newswire 2011