Las Vegas, “city of all excesses” has become a model of sobriety in water
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Known as an oasis of abundance in the Nevada desert, Las Vegas is emerging as a surprising model of water conservation in the United States. The city bans lawns deemed unnecessary, limits the size of swimming pools, and its “water patrol” tracks down broken sprinklers and leaky pipes in residential neighborhoods.
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