See Us (with masks on) at the Showerhead Exchange!
Greeley’s Water Conservation Program plans showerhead exchanges to help Greeley water customers use less water. Bring an old showerhead to the exchange and get a new low-water-use, high functioning EPA WaterSense labeled model.
To participate in the Showerhead Exchange, you must get water from the City of Greeley. Bring a water bill or driver’s license for proof of residency.
Showering accounts for nearly 17 percent of all residential indoor water use, or about 30 gallons per household per day. That is about 1.2 trillion gallons of water every year in the United States. Most people who participate are satisfied with the new showerhead. People save at least 1 gallon per minute when showering.
Choose from a variety of showerheads. They include hand-held models, massage heads, and soft spa heads. Showerheads also come in white and chrome to match your bathroom fixtures.
We’ll have a booth at the Greeley’s Farmers’ Market. To create a safe experience, officials encourage visitors to follow COVID-19 shopping advice: wear a mask just like the vendors, have an idea/list of what you need, clean your hands, keep your distance – 6 feet, and limit what you touch.
Follow the “water” tag on Greeley Calendar to find out more about all of our water and conservation events.