For 11 years, Central Arizona Project has partnered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) WaterSense program. WaterSense helps consumers decrease indoor and outdoor water use through water-efficient products and simple water-saving practices.
Since 2006, WaterSense has helped save 3.4 trillion gallons of water.
WaterSense thanked CAP with a special certificate for reporting annual data that helps the EPA track WaterSense’s progress and achievements and improve its program.
As a WaterSense partner, CAP supports the water conservation efforts of its customers and promotes WaterSense projects on its website. Here are a few you can find:
- Bonus time at home? Learn with your kids. Youngsters will have fun learning about water waste by playing the Test Your Water Sense game.
- Turn to Water-Saving Technology. Manufacturers have responded to customer demand with innovative fixtures and appliances that are more efficient and less expensive. Purchasing a WaterSense certified fixture or appliance allows consumers to opt for products that save water and offer good performance.
- Change your habits. Turn off your faucet while brushing your teeth or shaving and use a broom – rather than a garden hose – to sweep off your driveway.
Dedication to using water in the most efficient ways possible can help protect and preserve water supplies for future generations.