The Hill article With the drought in full force, it’s not unusual for some water systems to run out of purified water in their reservoirs.
This is especially true for areas that are in water-stressed regions like California, where the state has a long history of having to ration water.
Now, the state’s governor, Jerry Brown, has announced an initiative to offer $50,000 to water purifiers that are “out of date or nonfunctional.”
The initiative, which is still under review, aims to get water purification systems up and running again in those areas.
But the program has its own challenges, including the fact that there are no guarantees that they will be up and working in the future.
And the California Department of Water Resources says that even though the initiative will pay for purifiers in the meantime, there’s no guarantee that they’ll be up to date.
So even if you’re going to buy the purifier in the next year, it may not be up in the water for a long time, or you might not get the money.
If you’re in the middle of the drought, the first thing to do is to make sure you have enough water to meet your needs.
It’s going to be a big issue as water shortages continue in California.
California Governor Jerry Brown speaks during a news conference in Sacramento, Calif., Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2017.
(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli) California Gov.
Jerry Brown (D) has announced that the state will pay $50 million for up to five purifiers.
The program, called California Water Works, will be designed to ensure that people in the state have the water they need.
California’s Department of Transportation and Water Resources has already offered $1.8 million in funding for the program.
“The idea is that people can buy their water in a timely fashion and we can be there for them as well,” Brown said in a statement.
“I believe this program will ensure that water is always available and safe for Californians to have access to, and I applaud the Governor for the support.”
The California Department Of Water Resources (CDWR) will fund up to 50 percent of the cost of up to 5 purifiers, with the remaining $50.00 going to the recipient.
The agency has already issued grants to help companies purchase the new purifiers and is asking for $10,000 more to help people get started on building their own water purifying systems.
Brown says that people should have access on time to get their water purified.
The governor also noted that if a person doesn’t have access, they can always contact the state Department of Environmental Quality and ask for a copy of their utility bill to ensure they have a clean supply of water.
He noted that this is also a program that has been endorsed by the American Chemistry Council.
It’s important to remember that the drought is already having a significant impact on the state, Brown said.
He said that while he was in office, California experienced a severe drought in 2015.
“As a governor, I will not hesitate to stand up to protect our water supply, and the water supply in California is going to have to be protected in the same way,” he said.