Brick Utilities Hosts Free Event On WaterSense Program

Brick Municipal Utilities Authority (Photo by Daniel Nee, courtesy Brick Shorebeat)

  BRICK – Looking for a way to become more environmentally conscious? Don’t know where to start? The Brick Township Municipal Utilities Authority (Brick Utilities) is here to help!

  Brick Utilities will be hosting a free program on the USEPA’s WaterSense Program, demonstrating how upgrading to WaterSense approved fixtures will not only conserve water, but also save you money.

  The program will be held on July 14, 10 a.m.-12 p.m., at the Brick Reservoir, 811 Herbertsville Road.

  Shari Kondrup from Brick Utilities will discuss the WaterSense Program. Simple upgrades for the bathroom and kitchen will also be on display.

  This program is based on the WaterSense Fix a Leak Week materials and is intended to present simple fixes that most homeowners can do with a few hand tools. For example, you can learn how to fix a running toilet when jiggling the handle no longer works.

  This program is free to attend, no registration is required.

  The presentation is part of Brick Utilities’ “Weekend at the Reservoir” educational program, a free community education program sponsored by Brick Utilities. The program focuses on the importance of the Metedeconk River and Barnegat Bay to the region.

  For more information about the Metedeconk River Watershed, visit

  For more information about the USEPA’s WaterSense program, visit