Water companies ask residents to conserve water | News
GREENVILLE, IN (WAVE) – Officials have asked residents to conserve water during the drought and extreme heat in southern Indiana.
Palmyra Utilities is asking their customers to voluntarily conserve water at this time. They ask that residents refrain from watering yards, filling up swimming pools and washing vehicles.
Greenville Water Utility and Floyds Knobs Water Company are asking their customers to conserve water until further notice. They ask resident limit washing cars and watering their lawns and gardens.
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