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Save money on your bill with these free conservation items.

There are many ways each person can conserve water, check out our How to Conserve Water page for more information.

Why use a Water Conservation Kit?
Leaks cost money. Using a conservation kit is one small way you can reduce your water usage – just install the conservation tools and it does the work for you. During the summer watering season, household water use can increase dramatically. Watering lawns, tending to gardens and forgotten hoses can mean big bills. Conservation kits are just one way we can all work together to save water, and money.

The Alderwood Water and Wastewater District (AWWD) offers free indoor and outdoor water conservation items (while supplies last) to our customers in Southwest Snohomish County. If you are in Snohomish County, but are not an AWWD customer, please check with your local water provider, they may have similar kits available.

AWWD Conservation Kits may include a 7-spray deluxe hose nozzle (or similar), and automatic shut-off timer, moisture meters, water faucet aerators, 1.75GPM showerheads, pipe tape, or toilet dye strips.

Where can I get a Water Conservation Kit?
Water conservation kits are available to our customers in our lobby during normal business hours.

Indoor Water Conservation Kits
See information above

Outdoor Water Conservation Kits
See information above.