CCWD's Conservation Program Provides Long-Term Water Savings
The goal of CCWD’s Water Conservation Program is to reduce long-term water demand. CCWD’s conservation program has been helping District residents and businesses since 1989 and aims to provide conservation services that assist customers while improving the efficiency of their water use, without sacrificing quality.
By obtaining sustainable water savings as cost effectively as possible, the District extends its existing water supply.
We offer a variety of programs, rebates, and will even come to your home to show you how to save water. We'll help you replace your lawn with a beautiful water-saving garden.
Have any questions? Call us at (925) 688-8320 or send us an e-mail.
Senator Diane Feinstein told CCWD customers they are doing a 'great job' while saving water in June. In a Tweet, she wrote: "Water reductions reached as high as 40% in the case of Contra Costa Water District. Great job!" Here's her Twitter feed:
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