PASADENA, Calif.— Pasadena Water and Power is launching its Laundry-to-Landscape (L2L) Greywater Program, offering workshops, onsite support and incentives for installations.
The L2L program offers a greywater system where homeowners can choose to irrigate their landscape while laundering their clothes, saving from 9,000 to 14,000 gallons of water annually, worth about $55 to $86 per year to the average residential customer.
The program is open to single-family residential customers. Pasadena Water and Power will offer monthly, in-depth training workshops starting Sept. 12 on installing the system. Workshop attendees will also receive an $80 voucher toward the purchase of the L2L greywater system components, as well as resources for onsite technical assistance. The typical costs for parts for a L2L system range from $120 to $250, depending on the size of a resident’s landscape.
“With the previous success of the turf removal incentive program and drought-tolerant landscaping classes, we are pleased to offer customers another tool to help them do their part to conserve water,” said Eric Klinkner, Pasadena Water and Power Interim General Manager.
For more information about the L2L Greywater Program, visit the official Pasadena Water and Power website..
by Heejung Lim