For emergencies, please call 203-562-4020
For emergencies, please call203-562-4020

Conservation & Stewardship

As abundant as the high-quality water flowing from your tap may seem to be, it's a finite resource. It is important to use water wisely to ensure we have sufficient supplies in storage to meet the needs of all our customers.

Using less water indoors and outside puts less demand on our drinking water delivery system, and less usage helps lower your bills, protect the environment, and conserve the water supply needed, regardless of weather conditions.

Conserving Water Indoors

It's easy to conserve water at home. Saving water saves money, energy, and our natural resources. We encourage you to adopt water-saving habits. Here are some suggestions.

Toilet

Sink

Tub or Shower

Dish Washing

Laundry

Conserving Water Outdoors

It's easy to reduce your water use outdoors. Here are some suggestions.

Lawn and Garden

Pool

Washing the Car

The RWA is proud to be a WaterSense Partner. For more information on ways to conserve water, reduce your water bills, and preserve the planet, visit the EPA's WaterSense website.