Learning to conserve water starts at an early age and continues throughout adulthood. To help reinforce proactive habits, the City of Chandler provides numerous resources for residents, educators, students and HOAs.
April is Water Awareness Month
In celebration of Water Awareness Month, we’re asking Chandler residents to take the pledge to reduce indoor/outdoor water use. There are so many ways you can reduce the amount of water you use. Here are just a few.
- Follow the Sun
- Fix the Leaks
- Wash Full Loads Only
- No Plastic Bottles
- Only the Plants
- Shorter Shower
- Tap It Off
Let the City of Chandler assist your neighborhoods in water conservation efforts through an inspection of the community irrigation system, conducting a water budget evaluation or speaking at an HOA meeting. Or simple review articles that provide tips for planning, pruning, landscaping in an effort to reduce water use.
Resources for HOAs
Whether you teach from home or within a school use our engaging and interactive resources to teach your students about the importance of water conservation. Organize an assembly, host a puppet show, bring students to our Annual Make a Splash Water Festival or take advantage of our supplemental curriculum. We appreciate your dedication to teaching our students about water conservation.
Resources for Teachers
Interested in learning about how to conserve water? Every drop counts. Explore interactive games to learn about water, the water cycle, tips for saving water and more.
Resources for Students
Conservation for Businesses
Industrial, commercial and institutional customers are vital for the economy of Chandler. The Water Conservation office is committed to help these customers improve their water use efficiency.
Business and industry customers in Chandler use about 3.6 billion gallons of water per year, or about 20 percent of the water used by all Chandler water customers.
Those business or industrial customers who have chosen to actively engage conservation strategies have seen very high returns on their investment. They continue to reap these savings year after year with very little additional ongoing cost once the investment is made. If you want your business to remain competitive in the marketplace, contact the Water Conservation Office and find out how your business might be able to cut its water and sewer costs by implementing water conservation projects.
The Water Conservation Office offers several free services to its commercial customers. Free interior and exterior water audits may help show opportunities where water can be saved.
The Facility Manager’s Guide was developed to provide guidance to customers with water management programs and offers specific step-by-step instructions and suggestions on how to create and implement a program at your facility.