September 28, 2017 0:00am
The San Luis Rey Watershed Council (SLRWC) has opened the interest application for the Water Harvesting Pilot Program funded by the California Department of Fish & Wildlife. They are working with Catching H2O to provide FREE installations for:
18 locations for a Laundry-to-Landscape (LTL) installations:
Laundry to Landscape systems simply re-direct the used water from your washing machines, safely delivering it to your yard to be used for irrigation (instead of out to the sewer/septic system).
Catching H2O will work with each participant selected to make sure the irrigation is correctly installed & is safe for your family. Also, there is a manual override switch, where you can redirect the washing machine water back to the sewer (ie: if you’re washing diapers or using a bunch of bleach for a particular load).
2 locations for full systems: Cistern, Rain Garden, & LTL
Here are some of the rules for participating in this program:
The rules are listed on the sign-up link below. Single family properties (owner-occupied) Must live within the San Luis Rey Watershed Find out if you live within the SLR Watershed – enter your address here: http://www.slrwc.org/map/
Towns (portions – check your address on the link above): Oceanside, Fallbrook, Bonsall, Vista, Valley Center, Pauma Valley, Rainbow, Warner Springs Tribal Lands: Pala, Pauma, Rincon, San Pasqual, La Jolla, Santa Ysabel, Los Coyotes These spots are going to fill up quickly and the applications will be evaluated on a first come, first serve basis.
If you are interested in participating in this program, please submit your interest application here: https://slrwc.typeform.com/to/AME9NP
Should you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.