Claremont Insider: Flush with Pride

Sunday, May 31, 2009

Flush with Pride

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With California in the midst of its third year of drought, water agencies have begun instituting water conservation measures. The search for ways of reducing water consumption is on, and the City of Claremont announced a toilet exchange program sponsored by Golden State Water Co. (see flyer at right) If you have an old toilet (3.8 gallons per flush), you can trade that for a new, high-efficiency model at no cost.

The exchange takes place at Claremont High School on Saturday, June 27, starting at 8am. The event also helps support the Claremont High girls softball team. Here's the information listed on the City website:

Free High-Efficiency Toilets for Golden State Water Customers

Golden State Water Company will be distributing free, high-efficiency toilets at Claremont High School (1601 N. Indian Hill Boulevard) on Saturday, June 27, 2009, starting at 8:00 a.m. By participating, you are supporting Claremont High School Softball Boosters. Click on the link below for participation requirements and information on how to reserve a free high-efficiency toilet.