Get a $75 rebate for replacing an old toilet from 1993 or earlier with a WaterSense labeled toilet. Get a $40 rebate for replacing a 1.6 gallons per flush toilet with a WaterSense labeled one that uses 0.8 gallons per flush.
Get a $15 rebate if your old, higher flow showerheads are replaced with one that uses 2 gallons per minute or less, or a $5 rebate for replacing your old, higher flow aerators with ones that use 1.5 gallons per minute or less.
Owners of hotels, motels and other lodging facilities can save water – and money – by replacing old bathroom fixtures with efficient ones, possibly reducing bathroom water usage by as much as 50%!
Replacing old toilets with WaterSense labeled toilets that use 0.8 – 1.28 gallons per flush can add up to major water and financial savings for property owners. Be sure to consult with a plumbing professional about the appropriateness of these toilets for your building. Upgrading showerheads and aerators to high efficiency models can have surprisingly large savings – as much as replacing a toilet.
For $40 Toilet Rebate, the toilet installed must be a WaterSense labeled toilet using 0.8 gallons per flush or less, and the toilet replaced must use at least 1.6 gallons per flush (gpf). The gpf rating is usually printed on the toilet bowl or tank.
For $75 Toilet Rebate Option: The toilet installed must be a WaterSense labeled toilet using 1.28 gallons per flush (gpf) or less, and the toilet replaced must use 3.5 gpf or more. Toilets that were manufactured in 1993 or earlier are eligible. To check the date of manufacture, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions below.
Remove the lid from the top of the tank. Look closely just above the water line for the toilet’s manufacture date, or look on the lid. You may need to use a flashlight. The date may be an ink stamp, or imprint or etching in the wall. If the date is 1993 or earlier, this toilet will qualify for a $75 rebate.
Only property owners listed in the county assessor’s records are eligible to receive rebates, unless the property owner elects to assign the rebate to an authorized representative or third party by using the general release form here. Since property records and listings may vary, the program will allow rebate checks to be written to property owners or their authorized representatives when sufficient documentation is provided.