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We are seeking an installer
Come work with us! We're looking for a water softener/drinking system installer. Plumbing experience helpful. Must be motivated, clean cut, honest, dependable, and able to do outdoor/attic work all year long.
Full-time Mon-Fri (Some optional Saturdays). Medical, dental, vision; company phone after 90 days; matching 401k after one year. Must have a clean driving record (company vehicle provided) and good customer service skills.
Please email resume/work history to email@example.com - No phone calls please.
Current Customer Upgrade Program
Thinking about upgrading your old Kinetico system? We currently have a phenomenal upgrade program for current customers. Call our office for more info.
Water Saving Tips
- Check toilets for leaks by putting a few drops of food coloring in the tank at the back. If after 10 minutes, color shows up in the bowl before flushing, it may be time to replace the flapper.
- Water your lawn and garden in the morning or evening when temperatures are cooler to minimize evaporation.
- If your shower fills a one-gallon bucket in less than 20 seconds, replace the showerhead with a water-efficient model. They're inexpensive, easy to install, and can save you up to 750 gallons a month.
- Turn off the water while brushing your teeth and save 25 gallons a month.
Tucsonaz.gov offers many great conservation tips and information on rebate/incentive programs. You can also check out their workshops, schedule a tour of of Tucson Water facilities, and learn more about the Citizen's Water Advisory Committee.
Water in the News
In a landmark report, the President's Cancer Panel asserts that public health officials have "grossly underestimated" the likelihood that environmental contaminants trigger a large proportion of the cancers diagnosed in 1.5 million Americans annually. “Reducing Environmental Cancer Risks: What We Can Do Now” states, “Individuals and families have many opportunities to reduce or eliminate chemical exposures. For example, filtering home tap water or well water can decrease exposure to numerous known or suspected carcinogens or endocrine-disrupting chemicals.”