What Is WaterSense?
WaterSense is a program by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that promotes water efficiency to conserve water resources for future generations. Water-efficient products that have the WaterSense label have been certified to meet specific EPA criteria for water efficiency and performance. The City of Concord has been an EPA WaterSense Promotional Partner since March 2014. Our partnership goal is to help Concord water consumers save water, minimize energy consumption, and potentially even reduce costs on their utility bills. We are committed to preserving the community's water resource and encourage others to understand the importance of water efficiency to take action to conserve water.
E-Z Pay for WaterSense Contest
Celebrate EPA WaterSense's "Shower Better Month" this October by entering in our E-Z Pay for WaterSense contest! Enter for a chance to win our "Shower Better Bundle" to have a luxurious shower experience, while having the satisfaction of conserving water, reducing energy use, and potentially even lowering utility costs! You deserve to shower better.
How To Enter
Enroll in the City of Concord's automatic utility billing payment plan, E-Z Pay, and submit a contest entry form by 5:00 p.m. on October 31, 2020 for a chance to win a "Shower Better Bundle." Get a second contest entry by enrolling in eBilling on the contest entry from! Opt-in for paperless billing or elect to receive both an eBill and paper copy of your bill in the mail. Enrollment in eBilling is not required for contest entry.
Shower Better Bundle Prize
A "Shower Better Bundle" includes everything needed for a luxurious water-saving shower experience. Each bundle includes a water-resistant digital timer to reduce your shower time (5-10 minutes is ideal), a pail to catch water in the shower while waiting for the water to warm (reuse this water later for cleaning or watering plants), a bath towel, a 4-pack of wash cloths, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, shower sponge, rubber duck bath buddies, and a Moen WaterSense labeled hand-held showerhead. The showerhead is designed for optimal pressure while only using 1.75 gallons of water per minute! It has a chrome finish, 8 settings (oval, wide oval, oval downpour, energy, massage, intensify, relax, and pause/trickle to save water when you're not actively rinsing). Three contest entries will be selected to each win a bundle.
E-Z Pay Program
E-Z Pay is a reliable, secure, and easy payment method for your water bill. Simply link your bank account to your water service account, and your water payment will automatically be drafted from your bank each month - making paying your water bill easier than ever! You will still be notified with a monthly bill statement to inform you of your bill amount and the date of the scheduled automatic payment. You can also cancel a single payment if needed without dropping out of the program. Save time and have peace of mind that your bill is paid in full on time, no more late fees with E-Z Pay! Learn more by reading our program brochure below or calling our water billing office at (603) 225-8693. Print the enrollment form below and attach a voided check to enroll by mail or dropping it off at our water billing office at 311 North State Street.
Winners must be Concord water customers enrolled in E-Z Pay with a submitted contest entry form by 5:00 p.m. on October 31, 2020. Submit a contest entry form online or print a form to mail or drop off at our water billing office at 311 North State Street. Forms are also available at our office.
Customers already enrolled in E-Z Pay are eligible to win, but must opt-in to the contest by completing a contest entry form. Contest entry forms will be voided if the customer is not also enrolled in E-Z Pay by the contest deadline. By entering the contest, you agree to the full terms and conditions as described in the official rules linked below.
We hope you celebrate EPA WaterSense's "Shower Better Month" with us by entering our E-Z Pay for WaterSense contest! Your participation will support our mission to save water, reduce energy consumption, and potentially even lower utility costs!