That's heavy. Flying home to nc land of waterfalls today having witnessed the drought in San jose. Recycling shower water, letting most grasses die, I believe the residents are indeed reducing consumption by around 25%. Is this the best water investment for this drought? Thanks
Found the answer to my question:
On March 25, 2015, ServiceMaster Global Holdings, Inc. (the “Company”) was informed that the United States Department of Justice initiated a criminal investigation into allegations that a local Terminix branch used methyl bromide as a fumigant at a resort in St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, resulting in serious injuries to four members of a family vacationing there. The United States Environmental Protection Agency is also participating in the investigation and working with the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Planning & Natural Resources on the matter. The extent of potential fines and other sanctions that the federal and local governmental authorities may impose, and the impact of any judicial, administrative or regulatory proceedings or other issues resulting from or related to the incident, including claims by third parties, investigation costs and reputational harm, is not currently known. The Company is in the process of investigating this matter and is fully cooperating with all relevant governmental authorities.