Conservation - Indoor Residential
Be WATER WISE Indoors
- High-Efficiency Toilet Program
- Bathroom Tips
- Kitchen Tips
- Laundry Tips & Washing Machine Rebate
- Leaky Toilet?
Water Saving Kits - FREE!
Help to save water, reduce wastewater flow, and save money. Each kit includes a low-flow showerhead, kitchen and bathroom faucet aerators, toilet leak-detection tablets, and installation instructions. Citywide water savings from installed water saving kits amounts to about 5.3 million gallons annually.
The kits are free and available to City of Olympia water customers. Stop by City Hall with a copy of your utility bill to receive your kit(s) today! You can also email us (be sure to include your name and address) or call Olympia's Cityline at 360.753.4444 ext. 8390, to request a kit via mail.
Saving water indoors is important.
After you use water in your home or business, the wastewater is piped to the LOTT (Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater, Thurston County) Wastewater Treatment Plant in downtown Olympia. It's been projected that the treatment plant could run out of capacity during wet weather. When you use less water, less water will flow to the treatment plant. Providing Olympia customers with ways to conserve water indoors is more cost-effective than building new wastewater treatment capacity.
Contact WATER WISE Staff:
- Water Conservation Program Office, 360.753.8271
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org