Typically, a Castle Rock resident uses about 117 gallons of water per capita daily (2020 data). Our goal is to reduce that usage to an average of 100 gallons of water per capita daily. Conserving water is financially beneficial so we don’t have to purchase more water in the future and environmentally beneficial as we pump less water from the aquifers.
If each person in Castle Rock conserved an additional one gallon of water per day, the community would save more than 25 million gallons of water in a year. Castle Rock Water has tips to conserve more than one gallon of water a day on average. Imagine if every resident followed every tip. Let’s start with you!
Install WaterSense products
About half of the water used by Castle Rock Water customers is used indoors. One of the easiest ways to make the biggest impact is to install appliances, including faucets, showerheads and toilets, bearing the WaterSense label. These products perform as well as, or better, than their less efficient counterparts and are at least 20% more water efficient.
Monitor water usage
Another recommendation is to install a whole house water monitoring system with automatic shut-off. Connected at your meter, this device can alert you of unexpected water use and automatically turn off household water, potentially preventing damage from leaks. See how to qualify for a rebate!
Every step makes a difference
See how you can make a difference in small steps you can take in the kitchen, bathroom and laundry room to get our daily water consumption down to 100 gallons.