Originally posted on Mile High Water Talk:
Rick Alvarado, Denver Water conservation technician, shows how easy it is to install a high-efficiency showerhead during a recent multi-family residential audit.
Money down the drain? Not if you invest in efficiency
5 ways you can reinvest your tax refund to save both water and cash
By Steve Snyder
If you already filed your tax return this year, chances are you’re looking at a nice refund. The IRS tells us that Colorado residents will receive an average federal tax refund of more than $2,700. Sure, you could spend that on a nice vacation or the latest electronic gadget. But if you want to promote water efficiency and reduce your water bill, here are a few products to consider. Many carry the WaterSense label, and rebates are available for some of them.
1. Ultra-high-efficiency toilets: Prices start at $149, and they use up to 50 percent less water…
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