Riverton Warns Everyone to Cut Back on Water Use

The city of Riverton is already seeing water problems and they could get worse if people don’t cut back on how much they irrigate their lawns. Currently, residents in Riverton are going through six to seven million gallons of culinary water per day and between 30 and 34 million gallons of secondary water every day. That works out to an average of 683 gallons of culinary water per household every day, and nearly 3,000 gallons of secondary water per household.