It is important to preserve the City of Concord's water source, Penacook Lake. Water conservation measures can be taken to help limit water consumption. The City of Concord saves water with help from the City's Water Conservation Technician by conducting leak detection surveys, performing water audits, and partnering with the EPA's WaterSense Program.
Make The Switch To Shower Savings!
Upgrade your outdated showerhead with a high performance WaterSense labeled showerhead that is certified for water efficiency without sacrificing the quality of full water force and coverage. Have the satisfying shower you deserve while having the satisfaction of reduced water consumption, minimized energy use, and lower utility costs!
Win A WaterSense Labeled Showerhead
In celebration of October being EPA WaterSense's, "Shower Better Month," Concord General Services' "E-Z Pay for WaterSense" contest is back! We want to help you shower better by giving away a high performance WaterSense labeled showerhead to five lucky enrollees in our utility billing's automatic payment plan, E-Z Pay.
All enrollees in our utility billing's automatic payment plan, E-Z Pay, by Friday, October 21, 2016 will be entered for a chance to win one of five WaterSense labeled showerheads! These high performance showerheads will save water, save energy, and potentially save money on utility bills - but ultimately help you shower better! Read the full official contest rules and visit www.concordnh.gov/watersense for more details.
Did you know that less than 1% of all the water on Earth is available for human consumption? The average American uses over 60 gallons of water a day and clean drinking water is becoming a vanishing resource. Conserving water can help maintain our water sources. Penacook Lake is Concord's water source; help conserve it for future generations by limiting your water use.