Water Harvesting Pilot Program (San Luis Rey Watershed Council)

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 pilotproject@slrwc.org.

Event Dates

Starts: September 28, 2017 0:00am