One hundred and fifty-five (155) homes throughout Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry, Prescott & Russell and parts of the City of Ottawa have been retrofitted with water efficient devices such as tap aerators, low flow showerheads, kitchen spray nozzles, toilet dams and even hose nozzles.
“Once a home is completely retrofitted by our WET Team with these water saving devices, the savings is estimated at approximately 150,000 liters per home per year” according to Normand Génier, WET Project Coordinator. He went on to say “Multiply that amount by 155 homes and that equals a lot of water, over 23 million liters!”
Monday November 8th 2010 – Lancaster, Ontario, Cooper Marsh Visitor Centre
Wednesday November 10th 2010 – Alexandria, Ontario, Alexandria Curling Club
A bilingual workshop will take place in January 2011
For additional information, contact the Raisin Region Conservation Authority at 613-938-3611 Ext 228 or visit our website at www.rrca.on.ca.