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Posted on: March 8, 2019

Royal Leak Detection Contest

2019 Royal Leak Detection Contest

Celebrate EPA WaterSense's "Fix a Leak Week" (March 18-24, 2019) by entering our Royal Leak Detection contest. Leaks can be a royal pain! Find and fix water leaks by performing a "royal" leak detection. Enter our Royal Leak Detection contest for a chance to win a new royal "throne" (WaterSense labeled toilet)! The American Standard dual-flush 1.0/1.6 GPF (gallons per flush) white elongated toilet is certified to use at least 20% less water without sacrificing performance. Enter our contest for a chance to win by sharing with us how you find and fix water leaks. To enter, submit a contest entry form (available online or in person at our water billing office at 311 North State Street) and/or by tagging us on FacebookTwitter, or Instagram in a public post with how you have found and fixed water leaks. Double your chance to win by entering the contest both ways! All entries must be received by 5:00 p.m. on March 24th. By entering the contest, you agree to our official contest rules.

A leaky toilet, faucet, showerhead, or irrigation system may seem harmless, but more than 10,000 gallons of water are wasted each year from leaks in the average household. Leaks can waste a lot of water and can lead to outrageous utility bills. Sometimes leaks can even be silent and go undetected until you notice an increase in your water bill. Find and fix household water leaks to save water and possibly even money on your water bill. Get involved in "Fix a Leak Week" with our #FixALeak Twitter Party, Toilet Leak Dye Test Kits, and Royal Leak Detection contest! Learn more at www.concordnh.gov/leaks.

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