Concord water customers have a chance to win a Shower Better Bundle to save water, energy, and possibly even money on utility costs by entering Concord General Services’ “E-Z Pay for WaterSense” contest. The contest is being hosted for its sixth year in celebration of October being EPA WaterSense’s “Shower Better Month.”
A Shower Better Bundle includes everything needed for a luxurious water-saving shower experience. Each bundle includes a water-resistant digital timer to reduce your shower time (5-10 minutes is ideal), a pail to catch water in the shower while waiting for the water to warm (reuse this water later for cleaning or watering plants), a bath towel, a four-pack of wash cloths, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, shower sponge, rubber duck bath buddies and a Delta WaterSense labeled handheld showerhead. The showerhead is designed for optimal pressure while only using 1.75 gallons of water per minute! It has a chrome finish, seven spray settings and a 72-inch stainless steel hose. Three contest entries will be selected to each win a bundle.
“We offer this contest every year as an easy way to get customers involved in saving water,” said Water Conservation Technician Ian Chase. “We are promoting conservation, but also a better shower experience.”
To enter the contest, customers must submit a contest entry form and also be enrolled in the City of Concord’s E-Z Pay Program by the contest deadline of 5 p.m. on Oct. 31. E-Z Pay is an automatic payment program that transfers money from a customer’s authorized bank account to their water service account for scheduled monthly bill payments.
“E-Z Pay is the easiest way to pay your water bill,” said Utility Billing Program Manager Terri Segalini. “It’s a safe, reliable and convenient program that saves time and eliminates worry of any late fees.” Customers enrolled in E-Z Pay still receive a monthly bill statement to be notified of the bill amount and date of the scheduled payment.
The City of Concord has been an EPA WaterSense Promotional Partner since 2014 to encourage customers to reduce water consumption and understand the importance of water efficiency. Products that have earned the WaterSense label have been certified to be at least 20% more efficient without sacrificing performance.
Shower better this October by entering Concord General Services’ “E-Z Pay for WaterSense” contest. Official contest rules, forms, and more information about the contest and E-Z Pay are available at 311 N. State St., online at concordnh.gov/watersense, or by calling water billing at 225-8693.
Angelina ZulkicConcord General Services