Importance of Water Conservation
- By utilizing basic water conservation techniques, you can save hundreds of cubic meters of water, which inevitably saves money. Saving water aims to protect natural ecosystems for future generations.
- Conserving water reduces wear and tear on the distribution system that delivers water to the public.
- The conservation of water also saves energy, thus, reducing an individual's ecological footprint.
Be Water-Wise Indoors
Be Water-Wise Outdoors
Higher water consumption
If you have noticed higher water consumption then it is possible you may have a leak. Once you are aware of any type of water leak in your house you should repair it immediately. The homeowner is responsible for all plumbing repairs and maintenance. The Township is not responsible for internal plumbing leaks.
If you are on metered water, any water that passes through your meter is the owners' responsibility.