Join Moulton Niguel for a Hands-On Fix-A-Leak Workshop
Did you know that repairing a leaky toilet can save up to 500 gallons of water a day? According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), household leaks can waste more than 1 trillion gallons of water annually nationwide. Common types of leaks found in the home are worn toilet flappers, dripping faucets, and other leaking pipes. These types of leaks are often easy to fix and we want to help you understand where these leaks may be coming from.
Need help getting started? We are hosting a free, hands-on workshop to help you find and fix leaks around your home!
Date: Thursday, March 22, 2018
Time: 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Location: Moulton Niguel Water District Board Room
Address: 27500 La Paz Road, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or (949) 831-2500
Event Information: www.mnwd.com/events
How Else Can Moulton Niguel Help?
To check for leaks in your home, you first need to determine whether you’re wasting water and then identify the source of the leak. Here are some tips for finding leaks:
Take a look at your water usage during a colder month. If a family of four exceeds 12,000 gallons per month, you may have a leak.
Check your water meter before and after a two-hour period when no water is being used. If the meter changes at all, you probably have a leak.
Identify toilet leaks by placing a toilet dye strip in the toilet tank. If any color shows up in the bowl after 10 minutes, you have a leak. We offer FREE dye strips for you to take home and test!
Examine faucet gaskets and pipe fittings for any water on the outside of the pipe to check for surface leaks.
Can’t make our March 22nd workshop? We offer a free home savings survey where our Water Efficiency team can visit your home, review your indoor and outdoor water use, and recommend easy ways to save water and money by becoming more efficient.
Visit mnwd.com/homesavingssurvey to request one today!
Need additional resources? Visit www.epa.gov/watersense/fix-leak-week
Niguel Botanical Preserve: Our Latest Recycled Water Customer
Congratulations to the Niguel Botanical Preserve for converting its site in Laguna Niguel’s Crown Valley Park to recycled water! In partnership with the Niguel Botanical Preserve, Moulton Niguel completed the conversion to recycled water in late 2017. By converting the Preserve’s 18-acre garden to recycled water, we are saving nearly 4.7 million gallons of drinking water a year!
Thank you to the City of Laguna Niguel for its continued partnership on water reliability projects such as this one. We look forward to continuing our commitment to sustainability projects and being leaders in environmental stewardship. Learn more about the District’s water reliability efforts at: www.mnwd.com.
Interested in Learning about Water? Access our Free Speaker’s Bureau Program
As part of our Transparency, Access, and Participation Initiative, we always aim to engage with our district customers. One of our community resources that helps strengthen those relationships is our Speaker’s Bureau Program. Interested residents, businesses, and organizations can request presentations by Moulton Niguel representatives that are tailored to provide information about water issues of interest. Whether you’re interested in learning about the region’s water supply, our budget-based rate structure, or how we’re planning for future reliability, we’re available for you!
Visit our website to learn more and complete our online form at www.mnwd.com/speakersbureau, or give us a call at (949) 831-2500 and ask to speak with our Outreach Department.
Join Moulton Niguel at an upcoming public board meeting or water efficiency workshop! A friendly reminder that we are closed on Monday, February 19, but please call us at (949) 831-2500 if you experience a water-related emergency. Remember that all current and upcoming events can be accessed at: www.mnwd.com/events
Wednesday, February 7, 6PM
Wednesday, February 14, 8:30AM
Thursday, February 15, 6PM
Saturday, February 24, 9AM
Wednesday, March 7, 6PM
Monday, March 12, 8:30AM
Wednesday, March 14, 8:30AM
Thursday, March 15, 6PM
Thursday, March 22, 5PM
Saturday, March 24, 9AM