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Webinar: Water Conservation Rebates: The Santa Fe Experience

The City of Santa Fe, New Mexico has stabilized both annual and peak water demand and achieved a relatively low daily per capita water use rate (101 gallons per capita-day in 2013) in part as a result of a combination of numerous activities and programs. These include education and outreach, tiered water rates, regulations, water use restrictions, building codes, and water conservation rebates.

2/26/2015
When: 2/26/2015
From 4:00 PM EST until 5:00 PM EST
Where: ReadyTalk
http://www.readytalk.com
Presenter: Doug Pushard and Tim Michael
Contact: Heather Kinkade
512-617-6528


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Presented by Doug Pushard and Tim Michael

 

The City of Santa Fe, New Mexico  has stabilized both annual and peak water demand and achieved a relatively low daily per capita water use rate (101 gallons per capita-day in 2013) in part as a result of a combination of numerous activities and programs. These include education and outreach, tiered water rates, regulations, water use restrictions, building codes, and water conservation rebates. Water conservation rebates are an important component of Santa Fe’s water conservation strategy. From 2004 through 2103, the city awarded more than 8,500 rebates for water saving devices and processes.

 

Two members of the city’s Water Conservation Committee, Doug Pushard and Tim Michael, with assistance from city staff, analyzed Santa Fe’s rebate program and documented the results in A Review of the City of Santa Fe Water Conservation Rebate Program. The analysis concludes that although a rebate program alone may not result in significant direct reductions in water consumption, rebates are a useful component of a comprehensive water conservation effort.

 

This webinar will discuss the Santa Fe rebate program, which includes rainbarrels and cisterns, and recommend strategies for the successful application of a rebate program as well as provide information on currently available rebate programs across the country. 

Download the Rebate form here.

Member Cost: $20.00 Non-Member Cost: $40.00

 

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