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Residential Irrigation System Rainfall Shutoff Device
Properly installing a WaterSense labeledWBIC may reduce irrigation water use by
A project in Florida demonstrated a savings of 13,567 gallons every time a rain
sensor prevented an irrigation event on half an acre of landscape.
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