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  • Showerheads, Toilets, and Urinals
    Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Conservation Rebates View Sub Navigation Overview Rebates Evaporative Cooler Thermostat Hot Water Recirculation System Outdoor Rebates Showerheads Toilets and Urinals Washing Machines Water by the Numbers Xeriscaping Overview WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom Save Water in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks Showerheads Save water and get a 10 rebate by replacing your existing showerhead with a WaterSense approved showerhead List of WaterSense Approved Showerheads WaterSense Showerhead Rebate Form English WaterSense Showerhead Rebate Form Spanish Please Note Downloadable Rebate Forms are in pdf format PDF files can only be read using Adobe Acrobat Reader Software In order to obtain a free download of Adobe Acrobat reader software click on the Acrobat Reader icon below High Efficiency Toilets Toilets can account for more than 30 percent of indoor residential water use A great way to save water is to install a high efficiency toilet which uses 1 28 gallons per flush or less Rebates of 100 per toilet are available when you switch out old high flow toilets and these rebates apply to both residential and commercial customers 50 rebates are available for conversion from low flow 1 6 gallon per flush toilets to high efficiency toilets Look for this logo when purchasing your high efficiency toilets or click here for a complete listing Urinals Conversion of urinals to a one pint or waterless urinal

    Original URL path: http://www.abcwua.org/Showerheads_and_Toilets.aspx (2016-02-18)
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  • Washing Machine Rebates: $100
    Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Conservation Rebates View Sub Navigation Overview Rebates Evaporative Cooler Thermostat Hot Water Recirculation System Outdoor Rebates Showerheads Toilets and Urinals Washing Machines Water by the Numbers Xeriscaping Overview WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom Save Water in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks High efficiency washers use approximately 25 gallons per load versus 40 to 50 gallons per load for older machines The washing machine is the second biggest water user in most households only the toilets will use more water The next washing machine you buy will have an enormous effect on the amount of water you ll use over the next 10 years That s why the Water Authority will

    Original URL path: http://www.abcwua.org/Washing_Machines.aspx (2016-02-18)
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  • Water by the Numbers
    Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Conservation Rebates View Sub Navigation Overview Rebates Evaporative Cooler Thermostat Hot Water Recirculation System Outdoor Rebates Showerheads Toilets and Urinals Washing Machines Water by the Numbers Xeriscaping Overview WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom Save Water in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks In Albuquerque we use 40 percent of our drinking water on our yards every year That s got to change if we re going to meet state mandated conservation goals and preserve our aquifer for

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  • Xeriscape for a Desert-Friendly Yard
    Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Conservation Rebates View Sub Navigation Overview Rebates Evaporative Cooler Thermostat Hot Water Recirculation System Outdoor Rebates Showerheads Toilets and Urinals Washing Machines Water by the Numbers Xeriscaping Overview WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom Save Water in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks What is Xeriscape The term xeriscape is derived from the Greek word xeros meaning dry The word was coined by the Front Range Xeriscape Task Force of the Denver Water Department in 1981 The goal of a xeriscape is to create a visually attractive landscape that uses plants selected for their water efficiency Properly maintained a xeriscape can easily use less than one half the water of a traditional landscape Once established a xeriscape should require less maintenance than turf landscape To encourage landscapes that are appropriate to our desert environment the Water Authority offers generous rebates for the replacement of turf with xeriscaping Several conditions must be met in order to qualify for the rebates including approval of plans in advance by a Water Authority inspector Click here for complete xeriscape rebate information Why Xeriscape Xeriscaping Saves Water Using native and other drought tolerant plants can significantly reduce water use Xeriscaping Saves Time De emphasizing the use of bluegrass lawns

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  • WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes
    Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks Your Drinking Water Overview Water Quality Report Overview Download Report English Spanish Water Quality by Distribution Zone SWTP Source Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Conservation Rebates View Sub Navigation Overview Rebates Evaporative Cooler Thermostat Hot Water Recirculation System Outdoor Rebates Showerheads Toilets and Urinals Washing Machines Water by the Numbers Xeriscaping Overview WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom Save Water in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks Every spring and summer the Water Authority offers a variety of

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  • Xeriscape Rebates
    Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Conservation Rebates View Sub Navigation Overview Rebates Evaporative Cooler Thermostat Hot Water Recirculation System Outdoor Rebates Showerheads Toilets and Urinals Washing Machines Water by the Numbers Xeriscaping Overview WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom Save Water in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks Requirements Your landscape irrigation water must be provided by the Water Authority Any landscape removed must be designated as high water use on the Albuquerque Plant List A Water Authority Inspector must approve you application before you proceed Pre existing low water use landscapes are not eligible Select landscaping plants from the Water Utility s How To Guide to Xeriscaping Fifty percent of the project rebate area must be covered by plants as they will appear at maturity not at installation You select the qualifying plants from the list provided by the Water Authority and claim the mature plant area noted on the approved plant list Existing plants may be incorporated into the design and contribute to coverage provided they are on the approved plant list The Water Authority recognizes the importance of trees by assigning a fixed groundcover value to approved trees Spray irrigation is not permitted in the rebate area You may hand water or use drip soaker or bubbler irrigation systems If you hand water plants must be one gallon or larger container stock Areas watered with sprinklers including micro sprinklers will not disqualify your project but will be excluded from the rebate calculation Existing sprinklers may be converted to a drip system All irrigation systems must have an approved backflow prevention device You must cover the soil between and beneath the plants with a minimum 2 inches of mulch 3 to 4 inches is recommended Common mulches are gravel or decorative bark but other materials may qualify Impervious plastic is not permitted unless it is part of a water harvesting design You will receive a water bill credit of 1 00 for every square foot of qualifying landscape You must convert a minimum of 500 square feet to participate Xeriscaping Information Xeriscape Rebate Application Form How to Guide to Xeriscaping Rainwater Harvest Plant List Please Note Downloadable Rebate Forms are in pdf format PDF files can only be read using Adobe Acrobat Reader Software In order to obtain a free download of Adobe Acrobat reader software click on the Acrobat Reader icon below The Rainwater Harvesting Landscape Rebate The rebate amount has increased to 1 50 per square foot Plant coverage must still be 50 but all of the plants must be from the low water use designation on the Rainwater Harvest Plant List These plants are native or xeric adapted to live on

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  • WaterSmart Gardening
    Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Conservation Rebates View Sub Navigation Overview Rebates Evaporative Cooler Thermostat Hot Water Recirculation System Outdoor Rebates Showerheads Toilets and Urinals Washing Machines Water by the Numbers Xeriscaping Overview WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom Save Water in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks Earn A Rebate While You Learn Optimize your garden output and minimize your water use with the Water Authority s new WaterSmart Gardening class Working with experts at the Albuquerque Academy s Desert Oasis Teaching Garden www thedotgarden org you ll learn to make the most of your urban farm by employing

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  • Free Water Audits
    Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Conservation Rebates View Sub Navigation Overview Rebates Evaporative Cooler Thermostat Hot Water Recirculation System Outdoor Rebates Showerheads Toilets and Urinals Washing Machines Water by the Numbers Xeriscaping Overview WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom Save Water in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks Free Water Audits are available to both residential and commercial customers of the Water Authority Residential audits include Free review of your home s water use patterns and billing Free leak check using your home s water meter

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