Uncontrolled runoff in landscape irrigation systems has
presented a problem for our industry for many years. Low head drainage
is not only common throughout residential and commercial landscapes, it
The late comedian Rodney Dangerfield had a catchphrase: “I don’t get no
respect— no respect at all.” For a long time, the same thing could be
said of water. Certainly, we knew it was essential to life; however, we
thought it would always be around, in abundance. Rather than show it
outright disrespect, we simply took it for granted.
As a contractor, you have some idea of what your costumers want, or of what's popular in your neck of the woods. Ther are other ways to get a picture of some of the broader green industry trends that are emerging around the country.
Friday, May 16, 2014 MARY ELIZABETH WILLIAMS-VILLANO
Drip Irrigation - Low Flow
“Water, water everywhere,” begins the old poem. Sure, there’s still
plenty of water on this planet. However, if the experts are right, we’re
going to have a lot less of it in the coming years. Climate change,
politics, pollution; all of this affects how much water we’ll either
have, or be able to get access to, in the future.