Vol. 2, No. 11 April 6, 2021
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APRIL IS WATER CONSERVATION MONTH
April is often a very dry month in terms of rainfall, and there is a need to conserve water during Florida’s typical spring dry season. As the temperatures increase, so does outdoor water use – water smarter this dry season! We encourage residents to water smarter by following simple steps and adhering to Miami-Dade County’s permanent watering restrictions, which are Wednesdays and Saturdays for odd-numbered home addresses and Thursdays and Sundays for even-numbered addresses – both before 10 a.m. and after 4 p.m. Learn more about water conservation and incentives that help reduce water use and lower your water bill.
BUILDING OWNERS and MANAGERS:
A CHANCE to WIN a FREE ENERGY and WATER AUDIT
In October, Miami-Dade County launched the Building Efficiency 305 (BE305) Challenge. The BE305 Challenge focuses on improving building energy and water efficiency leading to reduced operational costs. The County is still recruiting buildings to join the Challenge, and all registered participants will be entered to win a free energy and water audit for their building. It's not too late to sign up, but time is running out. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
HELP YOUR HOUSEHOLD SAVE ENERGY
and YOUR COMMUNITY SAVE WATER
With more people working from home and using more electricity, their bills are reflecting the increased consumption. This may be a great time to take advantage of a 2017 Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners resolution that supports purchasing solar co-ops. Since its inception, Solar United Neighbors (SUN) Solar co-ops in Miami-Dade County has helped 183 homeowners go solar, resulting in $4 million of economic investment and the creation of 102 jobs. In addition, because it takes a lot of water to create energy, going solar helps conserve water too. Each solar co-op is free to join and commitment free. Learn more and sign up. By joining a Solar Co-op, you’ll learn how solar works and what it takes to go solar. Then, you’ll have the opportunity to go solar at a group rate, alongside your neighbors. The Miami-Dade Solar Co-op is open to all homeowners in Miami-Dade County and organized by Solar United Neighbors (SUN) – an installer neutral nonprofit organization. SUN co-ops focus on education, consumer protection and support in going solar.