Here are some examples of free water efficiency devices available:
- Tri-max three-flow rate aerators
- Toilet leak detection tablets
- Toilet flapper valve
- Water saving moisture meter
- Deluxe high efficiency hose nozzle
- 50 mm rain gauge
New faucet aerators at 1.5, 1.0, and 0.5 gallons per minute (gpm) can be used in the kitchen and bathroom to replace those that use on average 2.2 gpm. These new aerators mix more air with the water to improve velocity while reducing volume. Simply replace your old aerator for immediate water savings.
Potential savings: 55% – 77%
Toilet leak detection kits can be used to detect toilet leaks, many of which are silent but may still be wasting up to 300 gallons per day. The potential savings of detecting and repairing toilet leaks can be enormous. Simply drop the dye tablets into the tank and wait 20 minutes to see if the color of the water in the toilet bowl turns blue. If it does, you have a leak that can often be corrected by replacement of the flapper valve. Replace the valve and repeat the test. If you still have a leak, follow the instructions in the kit to troubleshoot the leak.
Potential savings: Variable but very high
Thank you for doing your part to help conserve water. Please call Customer Service with any questions 970-476-7480.