Keeping Water From Running Down The Drain This World Water Day

Greater Victoria enjoys some of the best quality drinking water in the world at a reasonable cost, but maintaining this critical resource requires each of us to use water with care.

Benefits of Water Conservation
  • Lower water and energy bills by reducing your metered usage.
  • Enhanced drinking water quality by maintaining higher levels in Sooke Lake.
  • Less environmental impact by deferring the need to supply water from new sources and by reducing the energy and materials required to treat and deliver water.
Top 5 Ways to Save Water at Home
  • Replace your old bathroom fixtures to more efficient models.
  • Regularly check your home for leaks.
  • Replace your old clothes washing machine for a high-efficiency model.
  • Let your lawn go golden and be water wise outside.
  • Never run a dishwasher without a full load.

Read the Capital Region District’s guidelines on how to be water smart here

You would be surprised at how changing small habits can have a big impact!

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