Whenever you save water and energy, you save money. By reducing your energy usage, you also reduce the demand for fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas. Less burning of fossil fuels results in lower emissions of carbon dioxide, a primary contributor to global warming. By reducing your water use you not only save this precious resource but you also save on the energy that would have been used to transport and treat the water. Investing in efficient conservation measures has proven to be a cost effective way to help safeguard the reliability of natural resources.

Conservation Tips

Consider replacing your old clothes washer and/or toilet with a high efficiency model.

Set your thermostat to 78 degrees in the summer and 68 degrees in the winter; and don’t forget to turn it off when you are leaving your house.

Learn more Conservation Tips

Create a Waterwise Yard

Get money by replacing some of your turf with California (CA)-Friendly plants.

Learn more about creating a WaterWise Yard



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