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Natalie Stevens, Marketing Coordinator
The last Greeley showerhead exchange of the year will be on Saturday, September 15 from 8 a.m. until noon. The event is held at the Greeley Farmers’ Market at the Union Pacific Depot at 902 7th Avenue in Downtown Greeley.
City of Greeley water customers can bring old showerheads to exchange and get new high-efficiency models in exchange. People also should bring a Greeley Water bill with their water account number when swapping their showerhead. There are many types of showerheads available, including handheld models. Also, customers can choose a showerhead in either white or chrome to match existing bathroom fixtures.
- The new showerheads are EPA WaterSense labeled. Products with the WaterSense label are independently certified to use at least 20 percent less water. These fixtures also perform as well or better than standard models.
- Most people save about a gallon of water per minute or more with the new showerheads.
- Inefficient showerheads not only waste water, but they also consume energy used to heat that water. Every time you take a shower with an efficient showerhead, you save energy. It is equal to the amount of electricity it requires to light a 60-watt light bulb for 8 hours.
For more information about Greeley’s Water Conservation Program, visit greeleygov.com/wc.