Posted Friday, February 22, 2008 9:41 AM | Contributed by Chitown
The record-setting drought prompted an unusual deal this week between Six Flags Over Georgia and Cobb County. In exchange for installing low-flow toilets, urinals and faucets, the park will be allowed to operate its water rides when it opens March 1. Replacing 125 toilets installed before 1992 and updating other plumbing will save about 18 percent of all water used.
Read more from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
"Flush Once And Ride All Day"
SFOG also has a very extensive horticultural operation, being one of the few big parks left that has its own nursery. I hope the water issues don't affect that.
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