Installing a shallow well is a way to keep your yard healthy and attractive while reducing your potable water use, which can lower your monthly water bill. This alternative water source provides non-potable water that can be used for landscape watering.
Shallow wells are an alternative water source that provide non-potable water that can be used for watering landscapes. This water cannot be used for drinking or for inside household uses, and homeowners still need to follow the local watering ordinance. Eligibility is determined in part by the volume of water used, and by the location, which must be in an appropriate area for shallow wells.
Watering your yard can account for half or more of your water bill. Install a shallow well so you can have an additional source of water.
Materials eligible for rebates include, but is not limited to: permit costs, drilling charges, mobilization charges, pumps, well seals, pressure relief valves, pump control boxes, well casing, slotted well pipe, well system manifold piping, couplings, valves, sand installed, pump electrical wiring, conduit, automatic rain shutoff device, pressure tanks, and connection to irrigation system.
Items not eligible for rebate include, but are not limited to: irrigation spray heads, rotors, drip systems, pump replacements, iron removal systems, irrigation controls (for example, automatic timers).