Watergreyorg Saving Information

The Greywater Guild is on the scene, a group of professionals banded together to ensure that the quality of their work remains at its highest.

Their goals include:

  • Education of the public about the value and availability of greywater conservation.
  • Promotion of the successful installation of the large number of simple sustainable greywater systems necessary to significantly reduce the amount of water drawn from local rivers and aquifers.
  • Providing a means for the homeowner to maintain their landscapes through greywater irrigation  instead of fresh water irrigation
  • Encouragement of the use of simple sustainable systems that minimize environmental impact and maximize longevity.
  • Providing sustainable livelihoods to environmentally concerned individuals and companies working toward water conservation.

You may learn more about them through their website: http://www.montereygreywater.com/ or call 831 373 6752.


Contact the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District for conservation classes and devices. Businesses get a discount, residents must do everything they can to conserve.

Upcoming Classes:

Rainwater harvestingSee Events & Education page for more details and locations.

CalAm offices and MPWMD offices both offer free water saving devices.

California American Water’s local office – 511 Forest Lodge Road, Suite 100, Pacific Grove, CA 93950
Monterey Peninsula Water Management District – 5 Harris Court, Monterey, CA 93940

Free Devices

  • Showerheads
  • Kitchen faucet aerators
  • Bathroom faucet aerators
  • Hand-held showerheads
  • Automatic shut-off hose nozzles (positive action or trigger nozzles)
  • Hose timers
  • Dye tablets
  • Rain sensors for automatic irrigation systems
  • Shower timers
  • Soil moisture sensors
  • Water wise gardening for Monterey County CD
  • Rain gauges