PBMP Reports (Potential Best Management Practice Reports)
These reports are based on readily available information and cursory analysis of potential water savings within the State of California that might result from a specific action. They do NOT constitute acceptance nor endorsement of a product, program, or other action by a water utility, municipality, or the California Urban Water Conservation Council (CUWCC). They do NOT create nor endorse a specific Best Management Practice and should not be construed as such. The name or logo of the CUWCC shall not be used by anyone in making any product claims or representing any findings within these reports without the written authorization of the CUWCC. Please contact the CUWCC if you have any questions regarding this report or any of the CUWCC’s Potential Best Management Practice reports.
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Within the Memorandum of Understanding, the Council lists certain practices, measures, equipment, and fixtures as representing the potential to become full Best Management Practices (BMPs). The Council conducts ongoing research into these "PBMPs". Table 1 below lists and links to all past PBMP reports, as well as linking to the new Toolbox living document article on the PBMP document. PBMP topics are selected and peer-reviewed by the Council's Research and Evaluation Committee.ncil's Research and Evaluation Committee]. +