Residential Leak Detection Class
Date: Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Location: The District’s main office (271 South Brea Canyon Rd., Walnut)
Reservations: Click here to register. Limited seating available. Light refreshments will be provided.
Topics: Irrigation leaks just the size of a dime will waste nearly 6,300 gallons of water a month. Old, inefficient toilets can waste up to 13,000 gallons a year. Approximately 10 percent of homes leak more than 90 gallons per day. This leak detection workshop will help participants determine potential water leaks that can lead to several thousands of gallons of water waste a year as well as severe damage to infrastructure.
Learn how to:
1. Locate and isolate leaks
2. Fix common indoor/outdoor leaks
3. Conserve water by using new technologies
A FREE Guide to a Beautiful Landscape & Garden
Please note, this class is now full.
Date: Saturday, February 29, 2020
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: City of Walnut Senior Center
Reservations: Click here to be added to the waitlist
Beautiful landscapes and gardens add great value to a home. These features can be both attractive and water efficient. In this class, you will learn how to develop and maintain a beautiful garden and landscape while using water efficiently and lowering your monthly bill.
WVWD’s landscape education classes are designed to introduce homeowners, commercial property managers, and others within its service area to the concepts of water-efficient and sustainable landscaping.
Topics covered include:
- Sustainable Landscaping
- Understanding Water-Use Efficiency in the Landscape
- Use of California Native and Drought Tolerant Plants
- Creating Healthy Soil
- Alternatives to Lawn
- Turf Removal
- Habitat Gardening
- Water Efficient Irrigation Practices
With a growing population and limited water resources, it is essential that we maintain meaningful conservation levels. Water is too precious to waste! By doing our part we help the environment, preserve water for future generations, and save money and energy.
Here are some easy ways to reduce water use:
Programs to Help You Save Water & Money
We like to help our customers save water and money! Click on a links below to learn about the programs available to assist customers with the cost of installing water-efficient devices in their home or business. Once installed, water-saving devices can help you save water and reduce water bills for years to come. For this information and more, click a link!
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