Residential Water Conservation


The Henry County Water Authority is a partner with the EPA's WaterSense program and is committed to promoting water efficiency.




WaterSense labeled homes allow families to enjoy all the comforts of home while using less water and energy and spending less money on utility bills. In fact, compared to a typical home, a WaterSense labeled home can save a family of four 50,000 gallons of water a year or more! That's enough to wash 2,000 loads of laundry and could amount to utility bill savings of up to $600 each year.  Click link below for more information.

WaterSense Homes

WaterSense Labeled Homes Quick Reference Guide



Are you interested in developing a water-smart landscape for your home or property? The WaterSense Water-Smart Landscapes guide can get you started.  Choosing the right plants, supporting soil health, and proper maintenance are all keys to water-smart landscapes.  Consider the following suggestions to create a landscape that has curb appeal, conserves water and is easy to maintain.

Water Efficient Landscapes

Water-Smart Landscapes Guide



My Drop Counts is a water conservation campaign aimed at reducing indoor and outdoor water use at your home and workplace. My Drop Counts offers tips and resources on how to save water, and features a pledge for individuals and businesses seeking to be better water stewards. Take the pledge today and join the nearly 1,000 individuals and businesses in our region that have made a commitment to saving water!



The Henry County Water Authority (HCWA) continues to promote wise water use among its customers, providing financial incentives for their participation in the Toilet Rebate Program.

The Authority has partnered with the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District to participate in the state's Single Family and Multi-Family Toilet Rebate Program. When budgeted funds are available, HCWA customers may receive credit on their monthly water bill for upgrading their homes with water efficient toilets.

Rebates are limited and are issued on a first-come, first-serve basis. When the budgeted funds are exhausted, all interested parties will need to wait until the following year to apply when more funds become available.


Eligibility Requirements and How to Apply


For more information, customers can contact the Henry County Water Authority at 678-583-3800, or go directly to the District's Web site at to apply.



Please visit Recycling Toilet Program for more information about toilet recycling in your area.