The City of Dollard-des-Ormeaux would like to raise awareness of the value of water and reduce the use of this precious resource.
Less than 1 % of the earth’s water supply can be used as drinking water. Using water efficiently and avoiding waste are fundamental to ensuring water availability in the future. Every little drop helps, so let’s all make an effort today!
Did you know that…
Indoor household use by fixture
*The “Other” category includes evaporative cooling, humidification, water softening, and other uncategorized indoor uses
Source: Water Research Foundation, Residential End Use of Water, Version 2, April 2016.
A few tips to reduce your water usage Inside
WaterSense certified or low flow toilets
Faucet aerators in the bathroom
Faucet aerators in the kitchen
WaterSense certified shower heads
EnergyStar certified dishwashers
Energy Star certified washing machines
Want a new WaterSense certified showerhead?
The City offers free water and energy saving product kits.
Other Relevant Information
- Metropolitan Waste Management Plan 2015-2020
The Council of the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal adopted at its regular meeting held on June 18, 2020, “By-law number 2020-84 amending by-law number 2016-68 on the 2015-2020 metropolitan residual materials management plan”. Find all the information here (French only).
Looking to be environmentally responsible, have a water meter installed!
The Quebec Strategy for Drinking Water Conservation, adopted by the Quebec government, requires all municipalities to produce a precise balance sheet on water use and to reduce the quantity of water distributed per person.
In order to comply with this government directive, the City must install residential water meters on a voluntary basis. The data collected will be used to establish statistics on water consumption in the territory and also to detect and locate leaks more quickly, thus avoiding waste.
The City will provide and install the water meter free of charge.
Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone 514-684-1010.