Archive for March, 2014

S-t-r-e-t-c-h Your Water Use

March 4, 2014

Living in the Southwest means learning to deal with periods of unusually warm temperatures and extended dry periods. Here are some tips to help you maintain your quality lifestyle and landscapes. Adjust Sprinklers, Set Timers – Water only landscaped areas (not sidewalks or streets) and be sure to repair broken sprinkler heads promptly. As Water-Saving Tip #102 says: Apply water only …

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Fix a Leak Week: Chasing Down Leaks & Running Toilets

March 5, 2014

Chasing leaks is hard work, fixing them is a walk in the park! Leaks can be more than annoying. For every drip that keeps you awake at night, there is an associated expense for wasted water. The good news is that common leaks found in the home are easy to fix – they include worn toilet flappers, dripping faucets, and …

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Our Valley’s Water Story: From Watershed to Showerhead

March 24, 2014

Glendale Hosts Free Presentations on Valley’s Water History and Future Are we in a drought? Do we have enough water for the future? Bring your water questions to this free program hosted by the Glendale Water Services Department in partnership with the Salt River Project (SRP). Learn about our Valley’s unique water history and how water is being managed for …

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