Need Help? Please call our Water Efficiency Helpline at (619) 409-6779
You can request a history report of your water usage along with a Free water survey of your property by calling our Water Efficiency line (619) 409-6779.
Have you ever wondered how much water your household is consuming? Try this tool and see the results.
How can I save water in my home or multi-family property?
There are simple ways residents can save water in and around the home, for low or no cost.
How can I save water in my business?
Business and commercial customers are encouraged to replace old appliances and fixtures with water-saving equipment. Also, efficiencies with landscape watering can reap significant savings. Click here for tips.
Where can I go to see a California water efficient garden?
Visit the Water Conservation Garden at Cuyamaca College. Stroll through five acres of beautiful themed gardens and learn how to save water with water conserving plants, efficient gardening practices and irrigation techniques. The Garden is located in Rancho San Diego (within the Sweetwater River watershed). More.
Want to become a Master Composter? Sign for an educational class provided by the city of Chula Vista on composting. Click on the link for more details http://www.ci.chula-vista.ca.us/clean/EnvironmentalServices/composting.asp
What is graywater?
Graywater is untreated wastewater that has not been contaminated by toilet discharges. Discarded water from bathroom sinks, showers, clothes washing machines, laundry basins are sources of graywater. Graywater does not include kitchen sinks or dishwashers. Graywater is not "recycled water." For more, see our graywater fact sheet , or visit the County of San Diego graywater info page.
|Additional Water Efficiency Resources
|The San Diego County Water Authority is asking residents to adopt a WaterSmart lifestyle. Go here to learn more http://www.watersmartsd.org/.
|The US Environmental Protection Agency has partnered with water agencies to promote water-efficient products. Click here to learn more http://www.epa.gov/watersense/index.html.