Like many people, you may have taken for granted that we’ll always have enough water. Unfortunately, with the long periods of drought that this area experiences, that’s not necessarily true. And as our population grows, the strain on San Antonio’s primary source of water, the Edwards Aquifer, increases.
We want to encourage residents to continue to conserve as we strive to provide San Antonians with the highest water quality in Texas. We can’t do this alone. We need you to become avid WaterSavers, making San Antonio Waterful.
Conservation is the cheapest source of water. Water we save is water we don’t have to buy. Conservation is an important tool in managing our diverse supplies of high-quality drinking water for more than 1.6 million people.
Be a WaterSaver
It’s not just your toilet, showerheads, or faucets that waste water. It’s you. Think about it. Have you ever let the water run to get a colder glass of water or flushed the toilet just to throw something away?
Be honest now. There’s a lot of little things that together end up as this great big water wasting problem. Watch what you do and change your water wasting ways. To get started, here are some more things that might help:
We don’t notice how much we rely on water until something goes awry. From a faucet leak to a malfunctioning sprinkler geyser, there are a handful of unexpected curveballs that could be thrown your way. At SAWS, we want to minimize these frustrating occurrences and offer help when they inevitably do come up. Next time you’re dealing with a water mystery, we’ve got the solutions you need.
Become a Leak Detector