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Green Plumbers in Sierra Vista

If you are looking for a plumber, why not look for one that is a fully certified Green Plumber? The Cochise Water Project in partnership with the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAMPO) has trained and certified plumbers in our area.

These professional plumbers have gone through a 32 hour training program that includes such classes as, Climate Care, Caring For Our Water, Water Efficient Technology, Solar Hot Water and Inspection Report Services.

There are only 22 fully certified Green Plumbers in the state of Arizona - and 13 of them are right here in the greater Sierra Vista area!

Click here for a list of the local plumbers that attended this program.

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Great article from the Casey Research Site

Water: The Next Great Technological Frontier

Rain Water Harvesting Grants from The Cochise Water Project

For more information, you can contact us - The Cochise Water Project - by calling us at: 520-732-2014 or send us an email at: information@thecochisewaterproject. com.

Rainwater Harvesting is a great way to use water provided from the sky! There are many ways that you can benefit from this technique. Your plants will thrive from the nitrogen that comes with the rainwater - particularly your house plants. You can control problem flooding areas by catching the water and slowing the flow around your home. You can even wash your car with it and leave no spots!

Rainwater harvesting has been around for thousands of years and today, in our area, it makes more sense than ever.

Contact The Cochise Water Project and we can send you information on how you can apply for grant rebates for a rainwater harvesting system if you live in the Sierra Vista Sub Watershed
(click here to see if you do).

For more information on rainwater harvesting systems contact
Water Wise.

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Artificial Turf Program is now closed.

Movies in the Park 2014

Mansker 2014

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Pueblo Del Sol Country Clubs, in partnership with The Cochise Water Project, has a new 30,000 gallon rainwater harvesting system to water its plants.
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Katrina Weber and Katherine Mullen with Keller Williams Realty, along with Debbie Coste, Deborah Gunning, Lyn Warren, Shari Ward, Cathy Tashman, Elaine Ray and Shelby Horne have been awarded the National Association of REALTORS®’ [NAR’s] Green Designation, the only green real estate professional designation recognized by NAR.
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The Tombstone Grand Hotel is dedicated to protecting the delicate ecosystem of the Sonoran desert. In partnership with The Cochise Water project they have minimized their impact on the surrounding dessert basin and as a result have been awarded a bronze level certification from Trip Advisor.

The Cochise Water Project:
1819 Paseo San Luis
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635

Office Phone Number:

Monday 11 am to 4 pm
Wednesday 11 am to 4 pm
Friday 11 am to 4 pm

Contact us.

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Stop by Lowe's in Sierra Vista and check out The Cochise Water Project water wagon. This will give you a real time demonstration of water saving devices. Shower heads and sink aerators.

Rainwater Harvesting comes to local middle school

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The Cochise Water Project teamed up with Joyce Clark Middle School and the Sierra Vista Unified School District to install a 1500 gallon rainwater harvesting system at the school.

Home Office for The Cochise Water Project

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Rainwater Harvesting with local businesses

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ACE Hardware and Lowe's Home Improvement Center have installed rainwater harvesting systems to water their garden plants.