We offer easy-to-use, simple, water saving devices to our residential and commercial customers at no cost. These items feature a range of features to help you use water efficiently, and they are easy to install on your own using basic tools typically found in homes or businesses.
Smart Water Use Programs
Liberty believes in empowering our customers with tools to help reduce water use. Below you will find programs from Liberty, as well as local, state, and federal programs that can help you save water. Live. Play. Conserve.
Liberty is offering efficient showerheads with a thermal shutoff valve (TSV) at no cost! TSV reduces water waste while waiting for the water to warm up in the shower. Turn the shower on and once the water reaches 95°F, flow is automatically reduced to a trickle until the unit’s cord is pulled to resume normal shower head flow. Save water and energy with a new efficient showerhead today by filling out the form below!
Free workshops for residents with topics ranging from fixing leaks to gardening practices. To learn what workshops are coming up and to register to attend, please click the link below.
From hard to see leaks to inefficient watering practices, most water use in Arizona happens outside the house. A trained field service technician will walk your irrigation system with you.
If you are interested in increasing water use efficiency within an HOA, please contact our water efficiency expert at email@example.com or 623-240-2096 to find out what opportunities are available.
National and International Program Participation
Arizona Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) is an award-winning, non-profit water education program and publisher. The program includes classroom-ready teaching aids and water education programs for students.
Water Use It Wisely is a water conservation campaign that promotes an ongoing water conservation ethic among Arizona's rapidly growing population. They offer tips and tricks on how to save water, tools for teachers, and even games for kids to play to learn about water conservation.