Water-saving rebates available
Rebates up to $300 are available for residents of the Little Spokane River watershed who install water-saving washing machines and toilets.
The offer covers two toilets certified by the WaterSense label and an Energy Star-certified washer, each for $100. However, the toilet rebate is available only for homes built in 1994 or earlier.
Homes built after 1994 were required to have water-saving toilets.
About 8,000 households are eligible for the rebates, offered by a coalition of governments dubbed the Little Spokane WaterSmart Alliance.The coalition includes the state Department of Ecology, which put up $50,000 for the rebates.
Communities in the watershed include Diamond Lake, Elk, Chattaroy, Camden, Colbert, Deer Park, Sacheen Lake, Riverside, Eloika Lake, Fan Lake, Clayton and Denison.
For more information, call (509) 477-7678 in Spokane and Stevens counties and (509) 447-6454 in Pend Oreille County, or visit www.littlespokanewatersmart.org.
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