SAWS News: Partnership Launched Monday to Benefit 25 Senior Low-Income Homeowners
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Partnership Launched Monday to Benefit 25 Senior Low-Income Homeowners

SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio Water System and UnitedHealthcare launched a partnership to provide 25 senior low-income households with water conservation makeovers.

UnitedHealthCare is funding the one-time Conservation Makeover launch to replace old or leaking toilets, shower heads, and leaking water pipes at the homes. In addition to the immediate remodeling benefit, these homeowners also will see reduced water bills with the water savings.

To mark the event, plumbing trucks drove to the homes to start work on the repairs. 

“We welcome the investment by UnitedHealthcare in assisting SAWS to improve the wellbeing of our senior customers as well as helping them save money on their water bills,” said SAWS President/CEO Robert R. Puente.

“It gives UnitedHealthcare great privilege to give back to the city of San Antonio and those seniors in need,” said UnitedHealthcare VP of Business Development Angel Encinas. “We believe that giving back to the community allows us to continue to live our mission of ‘helping people live healthier lives.’”

In addition to this event, SAWS provides six affordability programs to assist qualified customers with payment assistance. More information on SAWS Affordability programs is at SAWS.org/afford.

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