(a) Restrict the use of hoses, sprinklers, or other means for sprinkling or watering of shrubbery, trees, lawns, grass, plants, vines, gardens, vegetables, flowers, or any other vegetation. The restriction will be based on address with the last digit in the address being the key; e.g., on odd days of the month (i.e., first, third, twenty-third), those with the last digit being odd may water.
(b) Restrict the use of water for washing automobiles, trucks, trailers, trailer-houses, or any other type of mobile equipment, except where automatic car washing equipment is employed and a recirculating system is used, which reuses at least 50 percent of the water. Restriction, again, depends on odd/even street address.
(c) Except for make-up (e.g., compensation for evaporation and/or spillage), swimming or wading pools are only to be filled or refilled by tank trucks supplied with water from outside the restricted area.
(d) Restaurants, drive-ins, fast food, and miscellaneous eating facilities:
(1) Discontinue all dish washing. (Paper service could be used in lieu of glassware.)
(2) Discontinue use of garbage disposal.
(3) Reduce floor washing in customer area. Sweep only and damp mop.
(e) Discontinue operation of all water-demanding amenities such as ornamental fountains, waterfalls, and reflecting ponds.
(f) Prohibit the washing of streets, driveways, parking lots, service station aprons, apartments, sidewalks, exterior of homes, office buildings or other outdoor surfaces. The use of buckets of water for such purposes is permitted.
(g) The use of water from fire hydrants is prohibited for any purpose other than fire extinguishing or water interconnection, except for essential static or residual fire plan tests.
(h) Washing machines to be loaded to full capacity when used. Businesses such as, but not limited to, beauty salons, barber shops, and car washes that wash linens in on-premises washing machines are to load to full capacity and at minimum wash cycle. (WOD 90-02 Appx. A)