Raleigh Inspectors Want to Know if You're Low-Flow
Beginning today, city inspectors in Raleigh will knock on the doors of offices, hotels and fitness centers to see if they've installed low-flow water devices.Posted — Updated
RALEIGH, N.C. — City inspectors in Raleigh set out Monday to knock on the doors of offices, hotels and fitness centers to see if they've installed low-flow water devices.
City leaders asked all customers to voluntarily install the devices by March 1.
If the door-to-door survey shows many businesses are not going along, installation could become mandatory.
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