The /*DWP*/ must pre-approve the customers' plans and proof of installation is required to receive the rebate.
The DWP estimates as much as 40 percent of water is used for outdoor watering. The utility says replacing traditional lawns with drought-tolerant varieties would provide a significant water savings.
The DWP says one square foot of lawn requires 50 inches of water per year. By comparison, drought-tolerant plants only need 15 inches of water, or even less, per square foot.
For more information, call (888) 376-3314 or go to the /*LADWP*/ Web site for their rebates and programs.