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March 22, 4:00 PM @ 1st Floor Conference Room
To review abatement requests, exemptions/credits and hardship applications
March 22, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM @ City Hall
March 20 - March 26 @ Combined Operations Maintenance Facility
A small leak may not seem like a big deal until you notice a difference in your water bill. A leaky faucet, showerhead, toilet, or irrigation system may seem harmless, but 11,000 gallons of water can be wasted each year in an average household through minor water leaks such as these.Fixing leaks can reduce water consumption and potentially save money on water bills.
Come to our Utility Billing Office at 311 North State Street to get a free Toilet Leak Dye Test Kit (while supplies last) to perform a quick and easy leak test on your toilet. Or, watch our tutorial video at www.concordnh.gov/watersense. Also, join us on Twitter @ConcordNHGS on Monday, March 20, 2017 from 2PM to 3PM for the Fix A Leak Week Twitter Party! Tweet along using #FixALeak to share your leak detection results and to learn about fixing leaks and water conservation tips. Visit www.concordnh.gov/leaks for more information and instructions on how to perform household leak detection.
March 22, All Day
Wastewater treatment facilities work to recover valuable resources and nutrients, while protecting the environment from contaminants. Our wastewater treatment facilities treat about 4.3 million gallons of wastewater every day. Wastewater treatment facilities are environmentally sound and sustainable resource recovery systems for growing communities such as Concord. More can be done to reduce and reclaim wastewater. Wednesday, March 22, 2017 is World Water Day, a United Nations initiative to celebrate water and advocate for sustainable management of resources. This year, the theme is to reduce and reuse wastewater. We invite the Concord community to celebrate World Water Day by learning more about wastewater and to consider alternative actions to recycle water and minimize use. A simple action you can take is to use less water to generate less wastewater. Let’s all be sure to reduce and reuse in celebration of World Water Day. Learn more at www.worldwaterday.org.
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