On Saturday, June 2, Indian Springs High School volunteers eagerly helped distribute over 300 high efficiency toilets and 175 showerheads to East Valley Water District (EVWD) customers. Reminding the youth that generosity doesn’t go unnoticed, students received a special donation for their volunteer work during an EVWD event held in partnership with EcoTech Services.

In appreciation for their efforts, an EcoTech Services representative presented ASB Club students and teacher a donation check in the amount of $1,620 during a regular district board meeting held on Wednesday, June 13.

“This was the first distribution event hosted by the district. The success of this event was in part thanks to the lending hand from volunteers and our partnership with EcoTech Services,” said Board Chairman Chris Carrillo. “We look forward to having more events like this one that not only help our customers use less water but bring our youth and community together.”

EVWD’s High Efficiency Toilet and Showerhead Distribution Event is a pilot program put in place to assist customers with upgrading their current toilet and showerhead to a water-wise efficient model at no cost to them. EcoTech Services’ donation will benefit the school’s ASB Club.

"The District is always looking for partnership opportunities to enhance our community,” said John Mura, CEO and general manager. “We are thankful for their assistance to our customers and the district.”

For more information, please visit eastvalley.org.

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