City of Aurora, Illinois, Toilet rebate program

City of Round Rock, TX Toilet rebate

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

The application can be found here.

Toilet rebate Everett, WA

The WaterSmart Toilet Program provides rebates of up to $100 per toilet to homeowners who replace old waterguzzling toilets with new high‐efficiency toilets that bear the EPA WaterSense label. This offer is valid for toilets purchased and installed in Snohomish County between April 1, 2010 and December 31, 2010. Program funds are limited and rebates are available on a first‐come, first‐serve basis. This offers ends December 31, 2010 or when funds are exhausted. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for your rebate.When searching for ways to conserve water and cut your monthly expenses, the purchase and installation of a toilet certified by the United States Environmental Protection Agency to meet WaterSense criteria, is a good choice. Depending on the model selected and installed, many models pay for themselves in the first or second year of ownership.

The average household in the United States spends as much as $500 per year on its water and sewer bill. By making just a few simple changes to use water more efficiently, you could save about $170 per year.

 Find the application form here

Comox Valley, BC toilet rebate


The Comox Valley Regional District has announced two water conservation rebate opportunities that will help achieve a 27-per-cent reduction in water consumption by 2014.

Property owners who replace old, water-guzzling toilets built before September 2008 with high-efficiency (4.8 litre/flush) or dual flush toilets, approved by Canadian Standards Association, will be eligible for a $75 rebate.

There is a maximum of two toilet rebates per installation address. Residents who received a toilet rebate under the 2009 program are eligible for one additional rebate for a toilet replaced under the 2010 program. Funding available this year will allow for the replacement of 1,600 toilets.

The CVRD will honour rebate applications for toilets purchased under the 2009 pilot program, including six-litre flush toilets, as long as the sales receipt for the new toilet, and the recycling receipt for the old toilet, are dated between Aug. 15, 2009 and April 30, 2010. All unfunded 2009 applications must be submitted before June 1, 2010.

Residents will also be eligible for one rain barrel or cistern rebate under the 2010 program. A rebate of up to $50 will apply to the purchase of a rain barrel or cistern between 150 and 499 litres, and up to a $150 rebate for those equal to or greater than 500 litres.

The rebate programs apply to homes connected to the Comox Valley water system, including the Town of Comox, City of Courtenay and the Arden, Comox Valley, England Road, Marsden/Camco, and Greaves Crescent water local service areas.

For full eligibility requirements, visit The first step will be to review 2009 applications that came in after last year’s funding was exhausted. Cheques will be mailed to those who qualify. 2010 applications will be processed for those who qualify on a first-come, first-serve basis while funding lasts.

Application submissions do not guarantee a rebate.

Charlotte County, FL flushes toilet rebate program

College Station, TX COMMERCIAL / MULTIFAMILY toilet rebate program

New Berlin, WI – New toilet rebate program

High Efficiency Toilet Rebate Program beginning April 1, 2010

The City of New Berlin Water & Sewer Utilities are sponsoring a toilet rebate program to encourage customers to replace their old toilets with high efficiency water-wise low-flow toilets. 

How much can you save?

If you currently have a 5 gallon per flush toilet and replace it with a 1.3 gallon toilet, based on 10 flushes per day, the savings are 13,505 gallons per year.  At current water and sewer rates, that means an average annual reduction of $46.31 on your water bill and $23.61 on your sewer bill for a total savings of $69.92.

The program is limited to 300 toilet replacements and is on a first come first serve basis.  Toilets much be purchased between January 1 and December 31, 2010.  Amount of each rebate is $100.  To qualify:

·         You must be a current New Berlin Water or Sewer Utility customer

·         A Permit Fee of $25 and a Tech Fee of $2 must be applied for

          and paid prior to installation.  Upon installation an inspection

          must be made by the City of New Berlin to ensure that the
          toilet was replaced with an approved model.  Only 1 permit
          and tech fee is needed per customer. 

·         Make and model of toilet purchased needs to be from the   
          Water Sense approved list

·         Limit of 2 toilet rebates per customer

·         Original receipts (dated between January 1 & December 31, 2010) 
          must be presented along with the completed application form

·         Toilet installation is not included.

·         An inspector must verify a qualifying Water Sense Toilet was installed
          prior to your rebate being approved.  Call the Inspection Department
          for further details (262) 797-2445

·         The check amount will not exceed the purchase price of toilet

·         You are responsible for disposal of your old toilet*

·         Please allow 4-6 weeks for your rebate check to be mailed

 Toilets can be purchased at many local home improvement and hardware stores or through a plumbing contractor.

 For further information, please contact the Utility office at

 (262) 786-7086 

*Check with your installer for toilet disposal options or contact your garbage disposal contractor.  Veolia will take toilets for free if you take the tank off. Waste Mgt. will pick them up for $50.00.

 For further information, please contact the Utility office at

 (262) 786-7086