Spring into Water Efficiency with Moulton Niguel!

Winter is coming to a close, so spring into the new season with renewed water efficiency efforts! Just a few small changes to your indoor and outdoor water use can help you live within your water budget. Here are some suggestions to consider:

icon clothes      Run your clothes washer and dish washer only when it is full. Running only completely full loads can save up to 1,000 gallons of water each month!

icon toilet      Leaky toilets can be one of the biggest household water-wasters. Repairing one can save you up to 500 gallons of water a day!

icon shower      Install water-efficient shower heads. These easy-to-install fixtures can save up to 750 gallons of water per month!

icon toolTo find even more simple adjustments you can make to stay water-efficient, visit our website at www.mnwd.com/watersavingtips or call our Water Efficiency team at (949) 448-4025.

 

 

Need Help Looking for Water-Efficient Devices? Search for the WaterSense Logo

If you need help looking for water-efficient devices at your local retail stores, we encourage you to look for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s WaterSense logo. Any products that have an EPA WaterSense tag are water-efficient, and according to the EPA, are “certified to use at least 20% less water.” WaterSense makes it easy to find and select water-efficient products that can help reduce your water use, which can also benefit your water bill and the environment.

Some of these products include showerheads, irrigation controllers, toilets, showerheads and many more! And an added bonus? Moulton Niguel offers rebates on several water-efficient devices including toilets, washing machines, irrigation controllers, sprinkler nozzles and much more. Visit our website to see all of the current rebates for Moulton Niguel’s residential and commercial customers at: www.mnwd.com/rebates.

 

Moulton Niguel Community Corner

Delivering High-Quality Service to our Customers

Moulton Niguel’s service area covers approximately 37 square miles, serving over 170,000 people within the cities of Laguna Niguel, Aliso Viejo, Laguna Hills, Mission Viejo, Dana Point and San Juan Capistrano. The District distributes potable (drinking) water to approximately 55,000 meters.

To maintain high-quality service to our customers, our Moulton Niguel team ensures that any repairs can be made as swiftly and efficiently as possible. If you see or experience any water-related emergency, please call us at (949) 831-2500.

 

 

 

Promoting Education and Engagement within our Community

From hosting water education workshops to participating in local events, we enjoy being a part of your community and bringing awareness to water issues. If you see Moulton Niguel out at a community event, at your school, or in your neighborhood, stop by and say hello – we’d love to speak with you!

Here’s a list of some planned events Moulton Niguel will host, or be a part of, in the coming months. For complete details and the most up-to-date events calendar, please visit our website at www.mnwd.com/events.

 

 

 

 

Monday, March 12, 8:30am, Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday, March 14, 8:30am, Board of Directors Meeting
Thursday, March 15, 6pm, Board of Directors Meeting
Thursday, March 22, 5pm, Fix-a-Leak Workshop
Saturday, March 24, 9am, City of Laguna Niguel’s Bunny Bonanza and Touch-a-Truck
Saturday, March 24, 3pm, Saddleback Valley USD STEAM Expo
Wednesday, March 28 and Thursday, March 29, 9am, Orange County Children’s Water Education Festival

Wednesday, April 11, 6pm, Landscape Workshop
Monday, April 16, 8:30am, Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday, April 18, 8:30am, Board of Directors Meeting
Thursday, April 19, 6pm, Board of Directors Meeting
Friday, April 20, 8am, City of Mission Viejo’s Children’s Environmental Fair
Saturday, April 21, 8am, City of Mission Viejo’s Earth Day/Arbor Day Celebration
Saturday, April 21, 8am, City of Laguna Niguel’s Earth Day Celebration
Saturday, April 21, 9am, Landscape Workshop
Thursday, April 26, 8am, H2O for HOAs Workshop
Saturday, April 28 and Sunday, April 29, 12pm, City of Mission Viejo’s Arts Alive