Cascade’s WaterSense Partnership program is providing items free of charge to Issaquah residents to reduce water usage, lowering your utility bills and ensuring a reliable water supply for future generations.
Cascade Water is offering items including kitchen faucet aerators, efficient showerheads and toilet leak detection dye tablets available free of charge. All you pay is the postage. Learn more on their website.
Cascade Water has more tips on ways to conserve water:
- Fix Leaky Faucets Right Away: Those small drips can add up to hundreds or thousands of gallons in a short time.
- Check Your Toilet For Leaks Annually: Place a few drops of food coloring in the tank of the toilet and wait 15 minutes (don’t flush!). If the color seeps into the bowl, the toilet flapper is likely worn and leaking. Place the old flapper in a plastic bag and take it to the hardware store to select the correct replacement for your toilet.
- Run The Clothes Washer And Dishwasher With Full Loads: It’s A Simple Step, But Over Time The Savings Can Really Add Up. You’ll Save Energy, Too!