Cascade's WaterSense Partnership program offers homeowners "high efficiency fixture" items for the cost of postage


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Save water  and save on your water bill in Bellevue and surrounding areas.  Significantly reduce the amount of water you use and help to maintain water availability for future generations. 

The growing populations in Bellevue and in Greater Seattle demands that we watch our water usage and recycle our refuge so that our collective healthy communities can be maintained and improved.

Taking care of our environment to protect our state for future generations entails making decisions now to help a sense of quality of life and hope that our communities stay healthy.

On July 14th the Washington State Department of Ecology declared a drought emergency  as reported by The Washington State Water Trust.  

California is a good example of why water supply planning should be important due to their current state of water mismanagement effecting agriculture and community health in general.  

Good health requires healthy environments, including clean water.

For those in Bellevue and areas whose water provider is Cascade, homeowners, apartment and condo owners can obtain free "high efficiency fixtures" as part of their Cascade WaterSense Partnership Program.

Cascade’s WaterSense Partnership program provides free shower heads, faucet aerators, shower timers and other conservation items to homeowners. If you are a homeowner and pay your water bill to a Cascade member, you can order any water conservation item on this website for free.

According to Cascade Water Alliance, these are the areas eligible for free items:

Cascade Water Alliance members are Bellevue, Issaquah, Kirkland, Redmond, Sammamish Plateau Water and Sewer District, Skyway Water and Sewer District and Tukwila.

2020 Annual Water Efficiency Report.pdf

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