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Conservation in the classroom

Saving Water Partnership sponsors free, hands-on water conservation programs for K-12 schools in our service area.

Teachers, view our fall program list and sign up with our program partner, Nature Vision.

Why conserve?

Using water more efficiently helps stretch our supply for current and future generations.

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The salmon are back!

Find a nearby spot to see the salmon returning to streams and rivers around Puget Sound, August through November.    
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Put the sprinkler on pause

The days are getting shorter. Your plants and lawn only need half as much water as they did last month. Is it raining? Turn it off.
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Little leaks can add up

Is your water leaking away? Little leaks can add up. If your water bill is higher than normal, it’s worth checking your home for leaks.
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Water efficiency solutions for your business

Save money and water with rebates on efficient fixtures and appliances.
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$100 toilet rebate

Thinking about replacing your old, water-guzzling toilet? Take advantage of our $100 rebate program for rebate eligible, water efficient toilets.
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Plant perennials in the fall

For beautiful robust plants ready to thrive by summer time, plant in the fall to take advantage of our rainy Northwest winters to build strong root systems before the next dry season.

Did you know?

Water conservation tools can help customers keep water bills as low as possible. In many cases, reducing water use can also reduce your sewer bill.