Free Conservation Tools

We've put together a great conservation program to teach our customers how to save water and save money. Please stop by the District to get your free water conservation tools.

 

Bathroom Faucet Aerator: Allows only 1.0 GPM (gallons per minute) to flow through your faucet. The average bathroom faucet without a low-flow aerator uses 2-3 GPM. Device is threaded for easy installation onto the end of your faucet.


kitchenKitchen Faucet Aerator:
Allows only 1.5 GPM to flow through your faucet. The average kitchen faucet without a low-flow aerator uses 3-6 GPM. Device is threaded for easy installation onto the end of your faucet.


showerShowerhead:
This low-flow showerhead allows only 1.5 GPM to flow through your shower. The “soap & soak” feature allows you to stop the flow of water without turning the water off. The average non low-flow showerhead uses 5-7 GPM. Device is threaded for easy replacement.


Shower Timer:
This device adheres to the shower wall with the enclosed suction cup. Just rotate once the shower starts and do your best to stay within the 5-minute limit.

 


LeakDetectionToilet Dye Tablets:
Use tablets to check for a leaky toilet. A silent toilet leak is a common culprit for leaks and sudden spikes in water usage. Instructions are on the package.

 

Automatic Shut-Off Hose Nozzle: Always use a nozzle with an automatic shut-off capability. Water won't escape unless you place firmly squeeze the trigger.

 


gaugeSprinkler/Rain Gauge:
Your lawn needs only one inch of water per week to stay healthy. Place the rain gauge in your lawn and check the measurement prior to watering.

 

To request any of these items or for more information, please call us at (650) 355-3462.