Become a registered Living Water Smart supplier

In Darwin we’re using more water than can be captured and supplied. Over watered gardens and household or garden leaks are the biggest area of water waste.

Living Water Smart, a Power and Water initiative, is seeking Darwin plumbers and experienced irrigators to join as registered suppliers for our Rebates Program.

Plumbers:

After conducting 600 water efficiency consultations in Darwin homes, Living Water Smart has found that around 1 in 8 Darwin homes has a leak. Leaks found are wasting around 500 000 litres or $1000 per year. This presents us with an excellent opportunity to help residents save water.  We are doing this through our Leak Find and Fix Rebate.  Find out more about becoming a registered plumber here.

Irrigators:

Through Living Water Smart’s water efficiency consultations it has been found that on average lawns and outdoor irrigation account for 57% of total household water use. To assist residents to be more water efficient in their gardens Living Water Smart offers a Garden Tune Up rebate. The aim of Garden Tune Ups are to provide Darwin residents with a water efficient irrigation schedule and a quick tune up of their irrigation system.  Find out more about becoming a registered irrigator here.

To find out what’s involved in becoming a supplier, how your business can benefit and how you can offer a value-added service to your customers through our new rebates, either contact us or fill out the form below.

 

Become a Registered Supplier

Many people think that Darwin has an endless supply of water, but this is a myth. We are currently using more water than can be captured and supplied in the long term.

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