Living Water Smart works with households, businesses, schools and government offering easy and affordable ways to reduce water use. Our programs include:
$300-$500 Garden Tune Up rebate
Save money, fix irrigation leaks and get a water efficient irrigation schedule for your home or business. On average, 57% of household water use in Darwin is used on lawns and gardens, so if you want to save money and be water efficient, your irrigation is the best place to start.
Living Water Smart offers a Garden Tune Up rebate where a local expert irrigator can come to your home or business to tune up your irrigation so you have the same great garden, using less water. Contact one of our registered irrigation specialists directly to register for a Garden Tune Up.
Find out more about our Garden Tune Up rebate.
Water Use Health Checks for businesses and organisations
In business, the water bill is usually something that gets paid without a second thought. Have you ever stopped to consider how much you could reduce your water use, saving extra cash for your business?
Whether you are a small business with just a few toilets to flush, a large industrial business using water in production, or a not for profit organisation looking for extra funds to save on your core activities, chances are you can make both water and dollar savings by being smarter with the way you use water.
Find out more about our Water Use Health Checks
Water Efficiency Consultations for large businesses and organisations
Businesses and organisations that use at least 20 megalitres of water per year (Living Water Smart can let you know your water use on enquiry) may be eligible to receive a Water Efficiency Consultation.
This includes an irrigation audit, a water use health check, a water management plan and advice about current water efficient technologies and practices,
Find our more about our Water Efficiency Consultations.
That's My Water! STEM curriculum
That’s My Water! is a Year 5 / 6 science based curriculum unit that allows students to work and learn alongside industry professionals to address the issue of sustainable water use in the Darwin region.
We’re extending an invitation to schools across the Darwin region to express your interest in participating in 2018, please phone 8995 5861 or email firstname.lastname@example.org