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Tempe to hold Salt River Project’s annual Water Conservation Expo

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PHOENIX — For the 13th year in a row, Arizona residents will be able to take part in Salt River Project’s Water Conservation Expo, free of charge.

Held on March 7 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., attendees will have the opportunity to take advantage of discounted items, educational classes and over 50 knowledgeable exhibitors, according to an online announcement.

The discounted items–either a Hunter Pro-HC with Hydrawise™ or a Rachio 3 Smart Sprinkler controller–are restricted to the first 1,200 SRP customers who both register for and attend the expo.

An unspecified amount of water efficient Evolve showerheads will also be available available to attendees “while supplies last,” read the statement.

According to the announcement, the Hunter Pro-HC controller comes equipped with cloud management software and “maximizes water savings, protects outdoor living spaces, and ensures healthy plants in any environment,” while the Rachio 3 controller “helps you monitor and manage watering from anywhere with robust smartphone control.”

Those interested in acquiring a controller can either register and purchase the item at the expo, or pre-purchase and simply pick the item up at the event.

The expo will also feature three classs: Hunter Smart Irrigation Controller, Rachio Smart Sprinkler Controller and Irrigation 101.

The PERA Training & Conference Center on 1 E. Continental Drive in Tempe will host the event.

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