CONSERVING OUR NATURAL RESOURCES FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS
WaterWise Consulting, Inc. is an exciting and innovative company dedicated
to conserving one of our most precious natural resources: water.
Our team of professionals is made of up individuals who are committed to assisting you with your water conservation issues. The team is made up of individuals from various fields and experiences that work together to accomplish one goal, to satisfy the client.
Our services can be summed up into six categories, but our dedication to serving our clients is endless. With a variety of services that can assist just about any situation, we pride ourselves in being able to meet our client’s expectations.
WaterWise is the brainchild of two individuals who sought to offer superior water conservation services at a below-average cost. Like many other companies, WaterWise had its humble beginnings in a garage. That fact is what keeps WaterWise staff well grounded. From the beginning, WaterWise always adhered to its approach of being professional and cordial to its clients. WaterWise has since expanded by creating divisions which serve different sectors of the green industry and even spun off to create a sister company.
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NOVEMBER 10, 2017
WaterWise recently donated a low-water use garden for the Veterans Department at Citrus College in Glendora, CA. The concept is an aroma garden. It will serve as a relaxation spot for the Veterans on campus. The garden is over 1,100 sq. ft. WaterWise thanks Rain Bird for donating irrigation supplies for the garden.
The recipe to this aroma garden:
1 Desert Willow
1 Sweet Olive Tree
6 Cleveland Sage
3 California Lilacs ‘Snow Flurry’
5 Autumn Sage
1 Bay Laurel
1 Solar Fountain
18 Flagstone Stepping Stones
WaterWise Consulting Scholarship
BY AJAY DHAWAN - SEPTEMBER 1, 2017
WaterWise awarded a scholarship to a student from Citrus College. The recipient of the award is Carlos Castro, a student in the Veterans Department. Castro has served time oversees and is currently working on his degree in Water Technology. He is aiming to complete his degree by the end of 2017. Castro favors his Water Distribution and Water Treatment classes. WaterWises wishes him well on all future endeavors!
Pictured: Student Carlos Castro (left) and WaterWise President Ajay Dhawan (right).
BY NICK TOWSTOPIAT - JULY 1, 2017
The City of Santa Monica is taking a bold step forward in water conservation. The city has established a
new Water Neutrality Ordinance that will take effect...
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