If Replacing a Toilet Manufactured after 1993
Every drop saved today means more water for tomorrow. Much of your indoor water use – about 30% – goes toward flushing the toilet. Start saving today – switch to a premium high efficiency toilet.
It’s easy for homeowners to save water – and money – with every flush by upgrading to an EPA WaterSense certified toilet in their homes (single-family, condos, etc.).
Since 1994, the plumbing code has allowed for the production of toilets that use 1.6 gallons of water per flush (GPF), but WaterSense certified toilets use 0.8 – 1.28 GPF. If you want to upgrade to a WaterSense certified toilet, this rebate is for you.
If you have older toilets in your residence, it may be time for an upgrade. WaterSense certified toilets use 0.8 – 1.28 gallons per flush, significantly reducing how much water you use, and are widely available.
Toilets account for roughly 30% of a home’s indoor water use, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).