Monroe, WA toilet rebate program

WaterSense Toilet Program
Frequently Asked Questions

How much is the rebate?
The rebate is $75 per toilet, or the pre-tax purchase price of the toilet, whichever is less. The
rebate applies only to the cost of the toilet, not additional parts, labor or tax. You can apply for
one rebate per home. If you applied for a rebate in 2010 or 2011, you no longer qualify.

Who qualifies for the rebate?
Single family homes (house or condominium) and multifamily buildings (four or fewer units)
served by a water district or water association are eligible (no private wells). The home must be
located in Snohomish County, WA—excluding Hat Island and the following zip codes: 98077,
98241, 98251 and 98292.

Which toilets qualify for the rebate?
Any toilet with the EPA WaterSense label qualifies for a rebate. For a list of
WaterSense labeled toilets go to

Who makes WaterSense toilets?
WaterSense toilets are high-efficiency toilets (HET). HETs use no more than 1.28
gallons per flush on average, or 20 percent less than the current plumbing standard.
All WaterSense labeled toilets have been rigorously tested by independent laboratories and
must reliably flush a minimum of 350 grams of solid.

Who makes WaterSense toilets and where are they sold?
All major toilet manufacturers produce WaterSense labeled models and all hardware and
bathroom supply stores carry several models.

What documentation must I provide to receive a rebate?
You must complete and sign the application form and attach a copy of the sales receipt. If the
receipt does not show the brand and model of the toilet, you must provide other
documentation, such as the WaterSense label and model number from the toilet packaging.

When must I apply?
You must submit your application within 60 days after purchasing the toilet. Applications
received beyond 60 days of the purchase will not be processed. How long does the program last?
This program is effective January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012, or until the program funds are
exhausted. Rebates are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.

How long does it take to get my rebate?
You should receive your rebate check within 4 to 6 weeks after receipt of the application.

How much water do WaterSense toilets save?
Toilets sold in Washington before 1994 use at least 3.5 gallons per flush. Since 1994, toilets are
required to use a maximum of 1.6 gallons per flush. Replacing a pre-1994 toilet will save a
typical household about 10,000 gallons of water a year. Replacing a newer toilet will save
about 1,400 gallons of water per year.

Who can I contact if I have questions?
Email Jordan Ottow at the City of Monroe—Water Quality at or call

City of Thornton, CO rebates for water conservation

Toilet rebates are offered for the replacement of pre-1994 toilets for residential and commercial properties.  Effective January 1, 2012 toilet rebates will be $75 per WaterSense toilet and residential clothes washer rebates will be $100 per qualifying washer.

The City of St.Cloud, FL Toilet Rebate Program

The Toilet Rebate Program offers up to $145.00 as an incentive for customers to replace existing high-flow toilets with WaterSense high-efficiency models.

The Toilet Rebate Program is open for qualifying purchases made beginning October 1, 2011 through July 1, 2012 while funding lasts. This program is only available to City of St. Cloud residential water customers who use City of St. Cloud businesses for the purchase and installation of a qualifying high efficiency toilet. One rebate per household.

To apply, download the application packet, then call 407-957-7264 to receive your confirmation code and to ensure funding is available.

To receive your rebate, return your completed application along with the receipt for the toilet and installation within 30 days. Your rebate will be applied to your next utility bill.

For Frequently Asked Questions: Learn More
For Application Packet: Learn More
To view a list of approved WaterSense High Efficiency toilets Log on the EPA’s website

Billerica, MA Toilet and Clothes Washer Rebate Program

Town of Billerica Toilet and Clothes Washer Rebate Program
Billerica Townie News – Joan Parcewski
• Fri, Oct 14, 2011

The Billerica DPW recently announced the launch of a Rebate program for the replacement of toilets, urinals and clothes washers that have water conserving fixtures. The “Water Conservation Fund” was established to help mitigate the Town water supply and will allow the DPW to offer these rebates.

In order to quality, the water customer must be in good standing and own the property where the fixtures will be changed out. Tenants may participate with written permission from the property owner.

In order to qualify the toilets, urinals and clothes washers must be specific models. Contact the DPW office at Town Hall for a list of these models. Qualifying toilet rebates are $100 – urinal rebates $25 – and clothes washer $225. All rebates will be applied as a credit on your water bill.

Applications may be picked up at the DPW Town Hall office ot at the Water Treatment Facility at 270 Treble Cove Rd. All applications must be submitted to the DPW Town Hall office within 90 days of purchase.

— WWW.Billerica Townie News

Manatee water customers eligible for $100 rebate under toilet replacement program

Manatee water customers eligible for $100 rebate under toilet replacement program



MANATEE COUNTY, FL (Sept. 1, 2011) – The Southwest Florida Water Management District and Manatee County are again offering Manatee County residents a financial incentive to save water by replacing high-volume toilets with low volume models.



Manatee County water customers can apply for a rebate of up to $100 per replaced toilet for every high-volume toilet that is replaced with a low-volume model. There is a limit of two toilets per dwelling unit – residential, commercial or industrial.
New low-volume toilets use 1.6 gallons per flush or less, while older models may use up to 5 gallons per flush. The program is estimated to conserve as much as 10,900 gallons of water per day. The total cost of the program is being shared between the SWFWMD and Manatee County.
The rebate application must be approved prior to purchasing and installing the new low-volume toilet in order to receive a rebate. Single-family, multi-family, industrial and commercial customers may apply by calling (800) 964-2140 or by e-mailing the program administrator at
Educational material on toilet flapper replacement and other water conservation techniques are also available to all program participants.
For more information on the toilet rebate program, call Manatee County Utilities Office Specialist Marcia Brown at (941) 792-8811, ext. 5327. For more information on Manatee County Government, visit online at or call (941) 748-4501.




Caroma’s 2011 “One Flush Makes a Difference” Promotion – 50% off MSRP

2011 “One Flush Makes a Difference” Promotion

Caroma’s 50% off promotion is back! Last year’s promotion was a huge success and this year we’re once again inviting customers to receive a coupon for 50% off the list price of any qualifying Caroma toilet or sink at participating reseller locations*. The 2011 “One Flush Makes a Difference” promotion honors Earth Month and helps bring awareness to all that Caroma does to promote water-efficiency. You have until June 30, 2011 to participate in the promotion and receive 50 % off the list price of any qualifying Caroma toilet or sink.

Can One Flush Make a Difference?

Absolutely! In the United States federal law requires that new toilets must not exceed 1.6 gallons of water per flush (gpf). The high efficiency toilet (HET) category has set a standard in North America with 1.28 gallons per flush (gpf). Caroma’s HET’s go even further: The average flush of the toilets in Caroma’s standard collection is 1.06 gpf, while the Smart Series features an industry breaking 0.96 gpf!

Just think. If just one person uses a high efficiency toilet for one year then they will save around 330 gallons of water (based on the average three times a day flush). Further, if your toilet is from the 1980s, when new toilets were regulated to use 3.5 gallons of water per flush, you would save 2,410 gallons per year by switching to a HET toilet!

The numbers simply add up. If five people replaced their old 3.5 gpf toilet, over 12,000 gallons of water or the equivalent of 300 20-minute showers would be saved. One flush does make a difference, but if 2,000 people with new toilets switched to a HET toilet, in one year you would be able to fill an Olympic sized swimming pool with the water saved: 660,430 gallons! If 822 people using the old 3.5 gpf toilets changed to a Caroma HET toilet, we could fill an Olympic pool with the water saved!

Start Saving. Now you can save money and water at the same time with Caroma’s “One Flush Makes a Difference” 50% off promotion.

*Available through participating resellers only.
Excludes Invisi™ Series, Somerton Smart 270, Sydney Smart 305 One-Piece, Cube Ultra, H2 Zero Waterless and Flow Showerheads. Shipping not included. 50% discount is based off of the list price. Promotion runs from February 14, 2011 through June 30, 2011. Offer available to all North American residents (Canada exempt). Coupon must be present at time of purchase.

Click here to see Participating Dealers – if you are in Georgia, contact ecoTransitions.

All floor mounted models also qualify for the various toilet rebate programs in the US!

Dekalb County, GA approves Water Rate Hike

The DeKalb County Board of Commissioners approved an 11 percent water and sewer rate increase to pay for nearly $1.4 billion in water and sewer system upgrades in the County.

If your home was built prior to 1993 and you haven’t upgraded your toilets yet, you are wasting a significant amount of water and money. By upgrading an old, inefficient toilet to a WaterSense labeled High Efficiency Dual Flush toilet you can reduce your water usage between 40% and 70%. On top of the water savings achieved by reduced water usage, you will also receive a $100 rebate from Dekalb County Watershed (if you meet the requirements) – details can be found here. If you opt for a Caroma Dual Flush toilet, you can also retire your plunger, as these toilets virtually do not clog (want proof? view this flushing video from ecoTransitions).

Lauenstein: New Year’s Resolution for 2011: Drop 10 Percent – Georgetown, MA – Georgetown Record

Lauenstein: New Year’s Resolution for 2011: Drop 10 Percent – Georgetown, MA – Georgetown Record.

Do you know your water-use efficiency? The Massachusetts conservation standard is 65 gallons per person per day (8.7 cubic feet per day), which is similar to the annual average in Georgetown. Yet some residents use as little as 20 gallons per person per day (2.7 cubic feet per person per day), saving money on their water and energy bills, helping the community live and grow within its water supply capacity, and benefiting the local environment.

Compute your water use efficiency from your water bill. It’s easy using the daily water usage worksheet on the Water Department page of the Georgetown website, It’s in the “Conserving Water” folder under “Important Links & Information.”

Then resolve to drop your water use by 10 percent in 2011. Here’s how:

· Replace the faucet aerator in your kitchen sink with a 1.0 or 1.5 gallon-per-minute aerator, and in bathroom sinks, install 0.5 or 1.0 gpm aerators. Typical aerators use two gpm or more. Replacing them can save as much as 500 to 3,000 gallons per year. They only cost about $2, and are easy to install. Videos on how to change aerators are available online at

· Get an efficient showerhead that feels like more flow but actually uses less water and energy. Check out the showerheads listed at Environmental Protection Agency’s WaterSense website,, and read customer reviews at

· Install efficient toilets. Toilet flushing is the No. 1 water use indoors. Call the Georgetown Water Department at 978-352-5750 to get a rebate of up to $200 on a modern high-efficiency toilet listed at the EPA WaterSense website. Flushing power data is available online at

· Convert your old toilet to dual flush, which conserves water by using less water to flush liquid waste. Conversion kits are available for less than $25, and installation requires no tools. Check out the online videos at

· When the time comes for a new washing machine, choose an energy- and water-efficient model from the EnergyStar list at

Need help with your resolution? Call Georgetown Water Conservation Coordinator Paul Lauenstein
a: 781-784-2986 or e-mail him at


pottygirl’s blogging year 2010 in review

The stats helper monkeys at mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

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Toilet Rebate Programs in the US February 2009


Caroma Toilet Review | H2O Report October 2009


City of Raleigh, NC WaterSense toilet replacement rebate program June 2010

It’s official: Atlanta is the first City in the Southeast offering a toilet rebate program for apartment buildings and condominiums

Mayor Kasim Reed officially announced the first Multi-Family toilet rebate program in the Southeastern United States during the City of Atlanta’s Sustainability Week, October 25-29, 2010. In his  “Power to Change” speech, he outlined how Atlanta plans to become one of the top-ten sustainable cities in the nation.

Below you will find the details on the Multi-family toilet rebate program – you can also visit  the following link for the rebate application.

Multi-family Toilet Rebate Program

The City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management extends its high-efficiency toilet rebate to multifamily customers

Apartment and condominium communities that are City of Atlanta water customers may qualify if the following criteria are met:

  • The property was built prior to 1993
  • Existing toilets use more than 1.6 gallons per flush
  • Property owner/manager is up-to-date on water bill payments
  • Property owner/manager has water and sewer account with DWM
  • Property owner/manager agrees to a pre-installation water audit inspection by DWM
  • Property owner/manager purchases all fixtures and arranges for/pays for installation
  • Property owner/manager provides proof of purchase (original receipts) and proof of installation (plumber/contractor statement or invoice)
  • Property owner/manager contracts with a licensed waste hauler who will transport used porcelain toilets to one of two porcelain recyclers in the Atlanta area (documentation from recycler required)
  • Property owner/manager agrees to a post-installation verification site visit by DWM
  • Property owner/manager completes a multifamily toilet rebate application (which includes all documentation listed above)

If the above criteria are met, the property owner/manager will receive a $100 rebate for each toilet replaced with a 1.28 gallon-per-flush or less EPA WaterSense toilet. Look for the water sense label label.

Rebates will be applied to the water account(s) for the property in question.

Rebates will be applied to qualifying applicants on a first-come, first-served basis as long as funding is available.

For more information about the Multifamily Toilet Rebate Program, contact Jennifer Carlile,, (404) 546-1265.

Toilet rebate in Little Spokane River watershed

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


San Marcos, TX offers Multi-Family Toilet Rebate Program

Jan Klein, Conservation Coordinator

(512) 393-8310


Multi-Family Toilet Rebate Program

Almost a third of the water used in San Marcos is used by residents living in multi-family communities such as apartment complexes, condominiums, and townhomes.  Toilets are generally the highest user of water in multi-family facilities, especially those built before efficient plumbing standards went into effect in 1993.

Older toilets commonly use 3.5 gallons of water per flush or more.  Low flow models use only 1.6 gallons per flush, and high efficiency toilets (HETs) use only 1.3 gallons per flush.  Replacing your old toilets with new high efficiency models can result in BIG water savings.  And big water savings mean BIG utility bill savings for you and your tenants.

How much can I save?
More than you think!  And you could save even more if you take advantage of our FREE showerhead and aerator replacement too!


Number of  Residents Gallons Saved

per Day

Gallons Saved

per Month

Dollars Saved

per Month

Dollars Saved

per Year

50 550 16,500 $209 $2,502
100 1,100 33,000 $417 $5,005
150 1,650 49,500 $626 $7.508
200 2,200 66,000 $834 $10,011

(Water savings based on toilet replacement only; dollar savings based on current City water and wastewater rates)


Which toilets qualify for a rebate?

Only EPA WaterSense labeled toilets qualify for a rebate.  Contact the City Water Department for a complete list of qualifying models.

How much of a rebate will I get?

Up to $100.00 for each high-flow toilet that is replaced with a qualifying model.

How does the program work?

Step 1: Before purchasing your new toilets, send a completed applicationto the City of San Marcos Water/Wastewater Department.

Step 2: The City will conduct an inspection of your complex to verify eligibility.

Step 3: The City will send a Letter of Approval to proceed with purchase and installation of your new toilets, along with a list of models that qualify for a rebate.

Step 4: Purchase and install your new qualifying ultra-low-flush toilets. Installation must be completed within 90 days after the date of your Letter of Approval .

Step 5: Send in your receipts for purchase and installation of the new toilets.

Step 6: The City will conduct a final inspection to verify installation.

Step 7: The City will send your rebate check in the mail.

Funding is limited, and is available on a first come/first serve basis beginning October 1 of each year.

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Multi-Family Application & Guidelines


Caroma, Moen Recognized By WaterSense – Industry News – PMEngineer

Caroma, Moen Recognized By WaterSense – Industry News – PMEngineer.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s WaterSense program presented high-efficiency, dual-flush toilet manufacturer Caroma with its inaugural Excellence Award for Caroma’s number of WaterSense-labeled products in the marketplace — all 47 of its floor-mount, dual-flush toilet models, more than any company in the industry. The company’s award-winning Smartflush toilets surpass both the U.S. federal requirement of no more than 1.6 gpf for new toilets, as well as the North American high-efficiency toilet standard of 1.28 gpf. 

The EPA made the presentation at the WaterSmart Innovations Conference in Las Vegas during its second annual WaterSense awards banquet Oct. 6, co-hosted with the Alliance for Water Efficiency. 

“We are deeply honored and grateful to receive an Excellence Award, and we are proud to be a leader in the effort to preserve the world’s most valuable resource,” said Derek Kirkpatrick, Caroma North America’s general manager. “Caroma has been a tireless supporter of sustainable technologies for more than 70 years, and we look forward to strengthening our commitment to changing the way bathroom water is used and conserved.”



WaterSense Partners Of The Year Named

The EPA also named four Partners of the Year for their exceptional efforts in promoting water efficiency and WaterSense-labeled products. The WaterSense program’s more than 2,000 partners help save water for future generations by promoting water efficiency and WaterSense-labeled products. 

“These partners contributed significantly to our efforts to make WaterSense-labeled products a household fixture in 2009,” said Peter S. Silva, assistant administrator for EPA’s Office of Water. “They also helped consumers who purchased these products save 36 billion gallons of water and more than $267 million in water and sewer bills in 2009.”

The partners of the year are: 

  • Manufacturer Partner of the Year: Moen. Bathroom fixture manufacturer Moen earned the WaterSense label for all of its 267 bathroom faucet fixtures, ensuring availability of water-saving faucets for consumers at every price point, and garnered significant national media attention for WaterSense.

  • Promotional Partner of the Year: Cascade Water Alliance, King County, Wash. Cascade Water Alliance collaborated with retailers and plumbers to promote water efficiency in the Puget Sound region and rebated more than 3,000 WaterSense-labeled toilets for households and local businesses.

  • Retailer Partner of the Year: Lowe’s Cos. Big-box retailer Lowe’s launched a “Build Your Savings” program to help customers select products that save energy, water and money, winning WaterSense Retail/Distributor Partner of the Year for the second year in a row.

  • Irrigation Partner of the Year: Judy Benson of Clear Water Products and Services (Clear Water PSI), Florida.Benson educated businesses and consumers on outdoor water efficiency and encouraged other irrigation professionals in the central Florida region to partner with WaterSense.

  • To learn more about the WaterSense awards winners, visit

    The Official City of Raleigh Portal – Water Conservation & Efficiency

    Source The Official City of Raleigh Portal – Water Conservation & Efficiency.

    Town of Sharon, MA offers toilet rebate
    Toilet Rebate
    A rebate equal to half the cost of the toilet, up to $200, not including installation or inspection, is offered for the purchase of High Efficiency Toilets (toilets that use 1.28 gallons per flush or less).

    To qualify for a rebate, a High Efficiency Toilet must:

    • use 1.28 gallons or less per flush
    • be installed by a plumber licensed in Massachusetts
    • be on the list of toilets approved by the state
    • be inspected by the Sharon Plumbing Inspector following installation
    • LIMIT: 2 HET rebates per house

    Click here for a list of high efficiency toilets

    PLEASE NOTE: Only High Efficiency Toilets on the state approved list are eligible for a rebate.

    Please include all of the following information with your HET rebate application:

    • Name, address, phone number
    • Copy of bill of sale
    • Model number and brand name of the toilet
    • Copy of the plumbing permit
    • Proof of inspection by the Sharon Plumbing Inspector

    All toilet rebate applications must be made within 90 days of inspection. Toilet rebates are subject to availability of funds on a first come, first served basis. Rebates are issued in the form of a check. Please allow 4-5 weeks for processing.

    Please contact the Sharon Water Department
    for more information
    on toilet rebates.

    City of Paso Robles, CA toilet rebate


    High Efficiency Toilet Rebate Programs

    Toilet RebateBy replacing an older high flow toilet with a new high efficiency model, the average household can save about 13,000 gallons of water per year. That’s enough water to fill a small backyard swimming pool.

    The City of Paso Robles offers a rebate of up to $125 to homeowners or business owners who replace an older high flow toilet with new High Efficiency Toilet (HET) that uses 1.28 gallons per flush or less.

    Download program terms and conditions, and an application, or call the Water Conservation Office at 227-7238.

    City of Raleigh, NC WaterSense toilet replacement rebate program


    Stop flushing money down the toilet! Toilets can use up to 30 % of indoor domestic water usage; older toilets can even use up to seven gallons in one flush!


    The City of Raleigh is now offering WaterSense toilet rebates to ALL water customers of the following municipalities: Raleigh, Wendell, Garner, Rolesville, Knightdale, Zebulon, and Wake Forest. Toilet rebates up to $100, to cover the cost of each toilet, will be given for retrofitting an old toilet with an EPA WaterSense labeled toilets; installation fees will not be covered. WaterSense toilets are independently certified to be:

    • High Efficiency Toilets (HETs) using 20 percent less than the current federal standard of 1.6 gallons/flush
    • and of High performance quality

    To qualify, applicants must: 

    1. Be a residential or non-residential (commercial, industrial or institutional) customer of the following municipalities: Raleigh, Wendell, Garner, Rolesville, Knightdale, Zebulon, or Wake Forest 
    2. Be current in their bill and not owing past due fees.
    3. Record the measurements of their old toilet’s tank; these must be included in the application. Details are given in subsequent sections.
    4. Replace an old toilet, of 1.6 gallons or higher flush volume, with an EPA WaterSense labeled toilet. New toilet installations are not covered in this rebate nor are replacements for current WaterSense toilets.
    5. Include the original receipt(s) for the toilet(s) dated on or after April 4, 2009.
    6. Agree to a post-installation inspection to verify the toilet’s eligibility. Details are given in subsequent sections.

    * Rebate amount is determined by the cost of the toilet, tax included, with a maximum rebate of $100 per toilet. Installation fees are not eligible to be included for rebates. Rebates will be given as checks and not as credit on the water bill unless the water accounts are not current; then the rebate may be denied or given as a credit towards the water account.
    Old Toilet Information

    For verification of eligibility, and statistical and monitoring purposes, each applicant is required to provide the measurements of the old toilet’s tank.


    Lift the tank lid and take three measurements, in inches, from inside the tank:

    A. Depth of the Water Level (from the bottom of the tank to the water line)

    B. Length (inside the tank, left to right)

    C. Width (inside the tank,  front to back)

    To determine how many gallons per flush (GPF) your toilet uses, multiply the three measurements together and divide by 231.

    If you currently have a water-displacing item within your tank, measure the water level with the item in place and make a note of having a water displacer in the comment section of the rebate application.
    GPF = (Length x Width x Water Depth)/231

    Purchasing A WaterSense Toilet

    WaterSense toilets come in many colors, heights, varieties and styles including: gravity flush, dual-flush, flapperless, pressure assisted flush and more!
    Toilets are either sold as a one-piece toilet or a two-piece (tank and bowl); only the EPA combinations listed qualify for the WaterSense label. A list of qualifying toilets, along with more information about the WaterSense program, is located at; this list is updated periodically so stay tuned for new toilets!
    Remember to look for the WaterSense logo, pictured above, to ensure you are purchasing a toilet that qualifies for the City’s rebate program. WaterSense toilets are available at many are retailers including our Program supporters.

    What Application Will I Need?

    Is the applicant …

    1. Both the home owner and water account holder?


      NO, I rent or the water account is in the HOA’s name = OWNER-RENTER-HOA APPLICATION

    2. Business owner/manager?


    3. Plumber who provided a direct rebate for the water account holder?


    4. Property Manager?


    If there is any confusion about your eligibility, please contact the Public Utilities Department at (919) 857.4540.

    Verification of Installation

    The City of Raleigh reserves the right to inspect the installation of WaterSense labeled toilet(s) submitted for this rebate program. If the installation is provided by a licensed plumber, this inspection may not be necessary; however, THE APPLICANT MUST INCLUDE A COPY OF THE RECEIPT FROM THE LICENSED PLUMBER containing the following information:

    • Plumber’s contact details
    • Company name
    • NC license number
    • Installation date & location
    • Toilet’s brand and model numbers (must match the those on the application)


    All applicants must dispose of their old toilets properly. Toilets, from Raleigh residences, may be picked up for free as part of the City’s Bulky Load Pick-Up. For more information, call (919) 996-6890 or visit: Leaving the old toilet at the curb without calling for a Bulky Load Pick-up may result in a fine by the City. Applicants not eligible for this service will need to make other disposal arrangements.

    Rebate checks, and not credits, will be disbursed to approved applicants.
    These will be mailed to the address listed on the rebate application. Once an application has been approved, please allow 45 business days for the rebate check to be disbursed. Due to staff and resource constraints, not all applicants will be informed when their application is received or approved. Applicants will be notified when their application is unsuccessful or incomplete.

    Program Duration
    The program commenced April 7, 2009 and will be offered for one year or until rebate funds are spent. Program is subject to change or terminate at any time without prior notice. PENDING APPLICATIONS PROCESSED FOR THE REBATE PROGRAM AT THE TIME FUNDS ARE EXHAUSTED WILL BE DENIED AND THE APPLICANT WILL NOT BE ENTITLED TO REIMBURSEMENT.

    Warranties And Representations

    Documentation & Consents

    1. Receipts: Applications without receipts will not be processed.
    2. Written Consent: MAY BE REQUIRED when the applicant is:

    • Not the water account holder
    • A (residential or non) renter/tenant and not the owner
    • Licensed plumber who is not the water account holder



    1. Ensure accounts remain current.
    2. Obtain required consents.
    3. Record old toilet measurements.
    4. Purchase a WaterSense toilet(s).
    5. Complete the rebate application.
    6. Attach original/itemized receipt.
      City of Raleigh
      c/o Toilet Rebate Program
      One Exchange Plaza, Suite 620
      Raleigh, NC 27601

    Program Supporters
    WaterSense toilets are now available at our local program supporters: Home DepotFerguson Bath, Lighting and Kitchen GalleryCarolina Decorative Plumbing and Streamline Plumbing & Electric.


    City of Round Rock, TX offeres toilet rebate

    Water Conservation Rebate Programs

    The City of Round Rock’s Water Conservation Program has begun two new rebate programs for direct Round Rock water customers.  Both are pilot programs and will be available until September 30, 2010 or until funding is expended, whichever happens first.  These programs are intended to promote customer awareness of their water use and the efficient use of water. 

    Efficient Irrigation Rebate

    rain shut-off deviceThis program is applicable to existing, automatic irrigation systems only.  The rebate is available to commercial, multifamily and residential properties that are direct Round Rock water customers.  The property must have a free irrigation system evaluation performed by City staff prior to the installation of any new equipment.  The rebate is approximately 50% of the cost of specific system upgrades that are approved by City Water Conservation staff.  Find the complete program details and the application here.

    Efficient Toilet Rebate

    This program is available to single-family residential customers only during the pilot period.  Applicants must be a direct water customer of the City of Round Rock and the property must have been built prior to January 1, 1996 to qualify.  New toilets must be selected off of the EPA’s WaterSense toilet list, found at .  The rebate amount will be up to $100 per toilet and up to two toilets per residence.  Submit a completed rebate application form after the new toilet(s) are installed.

    Wise water use is especially important because our City’s population continues to grow, while our water supply does not.  The cost of water will continue to increase, rain events are unpredictable, and the next drought is somewhere in the future, so it is important for us to use this precious resource as efficiently as possible, so as to delay any mandatory water use restrictions as long as possible.

    For questions about either program or to have an application sent to you, contact Jessica Woods at 671-2872 or

    City of Round Rock, TX Toilet rebate

    City of Round Rock – Water Conservation info can be found here

    The application can be found here.

    City of Cocoa, FL Toilet rebate program

    City of Cocoa toilet rebate program eligibility requirements:

    1. Rebates are available on a first come first served basis and are available only until the budgeted rebate funds for the current fiscal year (Oct. 2009 – Sept. 2010) are depleted. The City does not guarantee a rebate if rebate monies have been depleted.

    2. Applicant must have a water account in his/her name and must be a City of Cocoa water Customer.

    3. The toilet must be installed at the property that receives a water bill from the City of Cocoa.

    4. A maximum of two rebates per address will be allowed during the liftime of the program.

    5. Rebate is offered only for replacement of existing 3.5 to 7 gallon per flush (GPF) toilets; it does not apply to new construction , room additions or replacement of a 1.6 GPF or lower toilet.

    6. Removed toilet cannot be reused and must be disposed of.

    7. Replacement ultra low flow toilet must be purchased in the current fiscal year (Oct. 2009 — Sept. 2010).

    8. It is the customer’s reponsibility to ensure proper installation. The City of Cocoa does not recommend any brand or manufacture of toilet. You are free to purchase any toilet that meets the 1.6 or 1.28 GPF standards. Prior to purchase it is recommended you get estimates for the installation cost.

    9. Upon receipt and review of the COMPLETED REBATE FORM, ORIGINAL RECEIPT, UPC BAR CODE AND GPF WORDING FROM EACH TOILET BOX FOR EACH REBATE, if approved, a credit will be applied to the water account that is on this application. INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL BE RETURNED.

    Toilets account for 30% of the water usage in the home. Older homes can have a toilet that uses up to 5-7 gallons per flush.

    An average household with four residents flushes the toilet 24 times a day which uses 52,560 gallons a year. When the water-guzzling toielt (6 gallons per flush) is replaced with a 1.6 gallon per flush toilet, that same household of four uses 14,016 gallons of water a year. That is a savings of 38,544 gallons of water per year.

    To receive a packet please e-mail or call 433-8705, Monday – Friday 7:30 am to 4:30 pm.