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Landscape practices in the United States consume large quatities of potable water, fertilizers and pesticides. By reducing water consumption, high-efficiency
irrigation systems and effective landscape management policies will lower a building's operating costs.

Sustainable landscapping is an design approach to be both attractive and in balance with the local climate and environment with minimal resource input. The sustainable landscapping concept pays close attention to the preservation of limited and costly resources, reducing waste, and preventing air, water and soil
pollution. Also, compost, fertilization, grass recycling, pest control measures that avoid or minimize the use of chemicals, integrated pest management, using the
right plant in the right place, appropriate use of turf, irrigation efficiency and xeriscaping or water-wise gardening are all components of sustainable landscapping.

The following measures address some principles of sustainable landscapping:

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