Water Efficiency on Large Landscapes
An incentive project aimed to encourage water conservation and efficiency on larger landscapes in the American River Basin.
INTERESTED IN CAPTURING RAINWATER?
The roof a 1,000 square foot house can collect around 600 gallons from just one inch of rain! Installing rain barrels to capture this precious flow is a smart way to save money and conserve water. If you qualify for the WELL program you can receive up to $500 toward building your own rainwater catchment system, including reimbursement for the cost of registration!
INTERESTED IN REUSING GREYWATER?
Greywater is water from sinks, showers, and washing machines. Instead of sending it down the sewer it can be safely and simply redirected into the landscape for irrigation. Reusing household greywater saves water, saves time, and reduces water flowing into the sewer system. If you qualify for the WELL program you can receive up to $500 toward building your own rainwater catchment system, including reimbursement for the cost of registration!
Up to $500 reimbursement available for homeowners for water conservation and efficiency projects.
- Smart Irrigation Controllers upgrades standard irrigation timers (i.e. Rain Sensors, moisture sensors, weather stations etc.)
- Upgrading to Water Efficient Sprinkler Heads.
- Drip Irrigation Equipment: converting existing non-turf area spray equipment to low volume drip.
- Pressure regulation equipment for irrigation system
- Rainwater Catchment Systems
- Greywater Systems