Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District Regional Toilet Rebate Program

Source: this information is provided on the Metropolitan North Georgia’s Water Districts website.

The following water providers participate in the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District Regional Toilet Rebate Program.  If you receive your water bill from a provider listed below, you may qualify for an incentive to replace your older, inefficient toilets!

Water Providers Participating in the Metro Water District’s Toilet Rebate Program

  • City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management
  • Cherokee County Water and Sewerage Authority
  • Clayton County Water Authority
  • City of College Park Water and Sewer
  • Coweta County Water and Sewerage Authority
  • City of Cumming Department of Utilities
  • City of Dallas
  • City of East Point Water Resources
  • City of Fairburn
  • Fayette County Water System
  • City of Fayetteville Water Department
  • Forsyth County Department of Water and Sewer
  • Fulton County Department of Public Works
  • Gwinnett County Water Resources
  • City of Hapeville Water and Sewer
  • Henry County Water and Sewerage Authority
  • City of McDonough
  • City of Powder Springs
  • City of Roswell
  • City of Suwanee Water Department
  • City of Woodstock Water and Sewer

NOTE: Rebates are limited and will be issued on a first-come, first-serve basis. Funding is still available if your water provider’s name is listed above.  If your water provider’s name is not listed, please visit the page of water providers operating individual toilet rebate programs.

Customer Eligibility

Customers must meet the following qualifications to receive a toilet rebate:

  1. Have an individual residential account with a participating water provider in the Metro Water District and be up to date on your billing payments.
  2. Own or rent a single-family residential home built in 1993 or earlier (this will be verified).
  3. Purchase an approved toilet after September 28, 2007 to replace an older toilet using greater than 1.6 gallons per flush (gpf).
  4. Agree to an installation verification visit to ensure your efficient toilets have been installed.
  5. Agree to complete a program participation survey.

Frequently Asked Questions (pdf)

Rebate Options

There is a limit of two (2) toilet rebates per household. There are two rebate options:

Option 1: Purchase a toilet that uses 1.6 gpf or less for a $50.00 rebate. A list of recommended toilets receiving a score of at least 350 grams per flush on the Maximum Performance Test is provided. 

$50.00 Rebate Recommended Toilet List (pdf)

Option 2: Purchase a toilet on the $100.00 rebate approved toilet list. These toilets use 1.28 gpf or less and have received the WaterSense certification. 

$100.00 Rebate Approved Toilet List (pdf)

Application Instructions

Download the application or call (404) 463-8645 to request a copy be mailed to you.
Mail your completed signed application, original receipt for the new toilet purchased, and a copy of your most recent water bill to: 

Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District
Toilet Rebate Program
40 Courtland Street, NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

You should receive a letter in the mail within 30 days confirming your application was received and that your rebate is being processed.
You should receive your rebate within 2 billing cycles. If after 2 billing cycles you still have not received your rebate, contact your local water provider.

Contact Us

For questions about the program contact us by phone at (404) 463-8645 or by email at toiletrebate@northgeorgiawater.org.

Program Participation

If you have already participated in the program and have received your rebate, complete our program participation survey.

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