Water Conservation Week is here as part of Water Matters Month! We hope you're ready to get your conservation on. Start with this short video on how to check your toilet for leaks. Psst. The answer to this week's quiz is in it. Answer the quiz and you could be entered to win a prize pack worth over $150!
Indoor Water Conservation
Saving water is easy to do with more efficient appliances and fixtures. Look for the WaterSense® label when you buy and install toilets, showerheads and faucets.
High Efficiency Toilet (HET) Rebates - Get $100 from Conservation Pays
Toilet rebates are available and FREE water saving showerhead and faucet aerators are offered in some rebate partner areas for qualifying residents.
Looking for more ways to save?
Outdoor Water Conservation
More than 50% of our drinking water is used on landscapes. Broward County’s outdoor water conservation program - NatureScape Irrigation Service (NIS) program helps large water users, such as government facilities, parks and schools produce huge water savings.
You can save at home too.
NatureScape properties are Florida-Friendly landscapes that provide habitat for native and migratory wildlife, save water and minimize the use of fertilizers and pesticides. These NatureScapes link together to make a chain of healthy corridors in our urban environment. Residents, business owners, schools and communities of all types can create a NatureScape.
Educating students about their role in protecting natural resources for the future instills the principles of environmental stewardship at an early age. Through a partnership with Broward County Public Schools (BCPS), the sixth largest school district in the nation, County staff is training and educating students and staff about our environment and how to care for it.