Who Consumes the Most Water in California?

Some misting systems can actually use recycled water, making it easier than ever to stay cool while conserving water. While recent reports show that more residents are being smarter with water conservation, there is still a long way to go to conserve more water as a whole.

The question remains – who is really using all the water supply?

Production plants, specifically those that produce protein, dairy and eggs, are heavy consumers of water in the state of California. According to a recent survey by Loch Ness (see infographic below), the production of a single pound of beef requires nearly 2,000 gallons of water. It takes 700 gallons of water to produce a cotton shirt, while eggs and dairy production require 50-65 gallons of water per single unit or gallon.

California’s is home to 38.8 million people, most of whom consume many of these products daily. It is difficult to fathom the high cost of water consumption for the state of California, much more the entire nation. Most of the items produced in manufacturing plants are necessities, so finding new ways to conserve water in these plants is an ever-important task. However, there are many great options available for factory owners to reduce water waste. Water conservation measures such as low flow faucets and toilets, as well as misting fans, are great ways to start.

If you or your business want to make an eco-friendly impact with any of the plumbing options such as water conservative toilets or faucets, check out your local home improvement store. Get in touch with your California misting system distributor for great cooling relief for outdoor patios and more!

Advanced Misting Systems distributes many misting equipment options for residential and commercial use. Based in Palm Desert, California, we take water conservation measures seriously. Ask us for the best misting system to reduce cooling costs and provide amazing comfort! Call 800.549.5077 or fill out the contact form today!