Shower Head Exchange Day!

Melbourne is giving you the opportunity to save water and money. You can take in your old shower head for a water-saving one. All you have to bring is a water bill and your old shower head. They say you’ll save up to 20,000 liters of water per year and about $30 bucks off your water bill. Plus there’ll be additional savings on your gas/electric bill for heating all that water you’ve been pouring down the drain.

Couple of caveats:

  • You have to bring your shower head and it won’t be returned
  • The shower heads might not be compatible with all systems (especially old ones)
  • If you’re a tenant you have to have a letter of approval from your landlord

The exchange is:

Saturday 28 April 2007
10.00am – 2.00pm

East Melbourne Library
122 George St, East Melbourne (Melways Ref: 2G D4)

You can check out this website or ring 9658 9658 for more info.

It’s good for the environment and you save money! Win, win, win, win, win, win….

4 Comments so far

  1. Steve Mills (unregistered) on April 27th, 2007 @ 12:13 pm

    I participated in this out at Upwey last month. Got 2 free shower heads, which I priced at Mitre 10 the next day and saw that they go for $50 each !
    Well worth going along and replacing the old water guzzlers.. Give you a good shower too

  2. Jono (unregistered) on April 27th, 2007 @ 3:19 pm

    Those bastards are going to take my German built Grohe shower head and replace it with some inferior one ?

    No way Jose.

    This whole water saving culture is insane. Build more dams and privatise the industry.

  3. Neil (unregistered) on April 27th, 2007 @ 4:38 pm

    Are the shower heads they give you any good? Do they have adequate pressure?

  4. brie (unregistered) on April 27th, 2007 @ 4:44 pm

    I’m going to presume that Jono’s being sarcastic.

    Neil, I used one in Sydney and it had good water pressure. But I think that might come more from the water pressure you have than the heads themselves. Meaning, I don’t know what my friend’s water pressure was like before – so if you have really low pressure it might not be for you. Then again, if you have really low pressure, you’re less of a problem overall.

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