Coffman bill promotes water conservation

 

Denver Business Journal – by Ed Sealover

The measure, House Resolution 1908, would provide participants with a 30 percent tax credit, with a $1,500 cap. The EPA estimates a family of four could save 17,000 gallons of water per year by installing WaterSense faucets and toilets, Coffman noted.  Read more.

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