Tame the Tap program gives residents free water check-ups

The High Country Conservation Center is again offering residential water checkups as part of the Tame the Tap program.
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High Country Conservation Center and local water providers are offering complimentary water check-ups for local residents as part of a Tame the Tap program.

During the program, a trained technician will inspect households’ toilets for leaks, measure water use in the home, install on-the-spot simple fixes and provide a custom water use report. If a participant is interested in updates, rebates are available. For more information, call 970-668-5703.


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