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COVID-19 Impacts

In response to Gov. Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order the Saving Water Partnership staff are working from home.

This may delay our response time for processing some rebate applications.

Learn more here.

Why conserve?

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

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Free gardening classes

Topics from veggies to sprinklers and locations from Renton to Shoreline-- classes are taught by experts and sponsored by Saving Water Partnership and your local water utility.  
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Why conserve?

Taking steps to use water efficiently can help you keep your water bill as low as possible (and depending on where you live it might lower your sewer bill too.)
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Feeling handy?

Installing faucet aerators on bathroom and laundry faucets is a quick project that can cut your faucet’s water use by 30 percent.
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How low can you flow?

Pretty low-- if you install a rebate-qualifying, 1.1 gallons per flush (or less), Premium toilet! $100 rebates available.
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Conservation in the classroom

We sponsor free, innovative water conservation programs for schools in our service area.
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Rebates for businesses

Our rebate program helps businesses large and small offset the cost of upgrading older, inefficient, water-using equipment.

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.