As part of Madison Water Utility's conservation initiative, we're giving away more than a thousand high-efficiency showerheads. By switching to WaterSense showerheads, the average family could save 2,900
gallons of water every year, according to the EPA. And you'll save the energy it would have taken to heat all that water!
When: Saturday, November 19th, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Where: Warner Park Community Recreation Center, 1625 Northport Dr.
What you'll get: High Sierra Classic Chrome Plus showerhead
- Made in the USA, 1.5 gallons per minute
- 2016 recipient of EPA WaterSense Excellence Award
- Retail Value: $47.95
What you need to bring:
Proof of Madison residency (like a driver's license with current address) or a Madison Municipal Services bill
Limit one per household
Any leftover showerheads will be given away starting Monday, Nov. 21st at Madison Water Utility's 119 East Olin Ave. offices during business hours.
Unlike most showheads, this small gadget creates a wide spray from a single stream of water. The design makes for an extremely compact showerhead that's less likely to clog because of mineral build-up. An internal pressure regulator works to keep the spray strength consistent. Solid brass and stainless steel construction. Made in Madera County, California.
You can check out our Facebook page for a look at the showerhead in action: https://www.facebook.com/madisonwater/videos/1366566273362451/