I know that some cities already offer a toilet rebate when a consumer purchases an EPA approved WaterSense fixture but this is the first that I know of for Broward County.
Considering that a toilet accounts for nearly 30 percent of residential indoor water consumption, it is critical to conserve our precious resource, water. If you are considering remodeling a bathroom, building a new home or need to replace an old, leaking toilet this will be the perfect opportunity to save both water and money.
The $100 toilet rebate is available for residents who have an active account with Broward County. Conditions for the rebate include buying and installing an EPA-approved WaterSense toilet. Per the application materials located on their website, customers must present a Toilet Rebate Program Application (available on online or in their office). Limit is maximum two toilet credits per residential unit.
Once you have submitted the completed application package and receipt for the toilet(s), a $100 credit per toilet will be applied to your account.
For more information visit their website at: www.broward.org/waterservices or call 954.831.3250.
Broward County Florida Public Works Department , Water & Wastewater Services 2555 W. Copans Road Pompano Beach, Florida 33069
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