The new law would not affect most Orlando residents, applying only to new subdivisions that are within reach of the city's small network of underground reclaimed-water pipes.
However, Orlando officials plan to expand those reclaimed-water pipes, and new subdivisions in targeted parts of the city will have to plan for it. New neighborhoods will have to have reclaimed-water pipes running under the street, and houses will be required to have reclaimed-water spigots.
Homeowners who have those spigots will be prohibited from using drinking water to water their lawns.
Source: PR Newswire