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Rebate Offers


Outdoor Rebate Offers

Anyone can submit an application for a discount on his or her water bill for the months of May to September. The District will review the water bills for 2003 and 2004 to verify that the customer did reduce their water usage by 20 percent. The credit will be applied the water bill following review and confirmation that the discount is warranted.

Anyone who installs a rain or humidity sensor that will override the irrigation cycle of the sprinkler system when rainfall has occurred will receive a rebate of up to $100 for the sensor. The rebate will be credited to your water bill. (Proof of purchase and installation is required.)

Anyone who installs a programmable irrigation clock will be given a onetime up to $75.00 rebate for the clock. (Proof of purchase and installation is required.)


Indoor Rebate Offers

A. Residential

Residents who replace guzzling toilets, clothes washers with water efficient models, tankless hot water heaters and install a hot water recirculating system will get a rebate. The program is open to all single and multi-family residential customers in the District. Customers who wish to take advantage of the rebate program will be required to show proof of purchase and have the toilet and/or washer inspected by District staff. The rebate will be credited to the customer’s water bill.

The program will be retroactive to January 1, 2003 and will offer an up to $100 rebate for each older model toilet replaced with one certified ultra-low-volume (ULV). Older model toilets use anywhere from 3 to 5 gallons per flush; ULVs use 1.6 gallons per flush. The rebate is limited to three toilets per household. For Toilet Rebate: break the old toilet(s), take a picture of the old broken toilets; attach a photocopy of the sales receipt for the new toilets to the rebate application form.

The program will be retroactive to January 1, 2003 and will offer an up to $125 rebate is available to customers who replace traditional top loading clothes washers with horizontal axis/front loading washers. While typical clothes washers use 45 gallons per load, horizontal axis/front load models use only 20 gallons. The rebate is limited to two washers per household. Washers that qualify for rebates include all front loading, horizontal-axis models and the following top loading models: Kenmore/Whirlpool Calypso, Whirlpool Resource Saver, Whirlpool GSW9559L*, Fisher & Pakel brand and Staber HXW204 For Washer Rebate: attach a copy of your sales receipt showing the model of the washer you purchased to your rebate application form.

The program will be retroactive to January 1, 2003 and an up to $100 rebate is available to customers who install a Hot Water Recirculation System. Hot water recirculation systems deliver hot water to fixtures quickly without waiting for the water to get hot. A recirculating pump rapidly pulls water from the water heater while simultaneously sending cooler water from the hot water lines back to the water heater to be re-heated. This can save from 12,000-38,000 gallons of water each year depending on the size of the water pipe and frequency of use!

The program will be retroactive to January 1, 2003 and an up to $100 rebate is available to customers who replace their hot water heater with a Tankless Hot Water Heater. Instead of storing hot water, the tankless hot water heaters heat the water as you use it. The energy that is consumed is only for the hot water being used and provides an endless supply of hot water!

B. Commercial

The Board would also like to encourage water savings among commercial and industrial customers by make your business more water efficient. These include the following items with rebate amounts. The program will be retroactive to January 1, 2003.

$100 – Toilets up to $100 (tank-type, flush-valve and ADA approved)
$200 – Coin Operated Laundry Equipment up to $200
Air-cooled Refrigeration Equipment – up to $450 Cooling Tower – up to $500 Conductivity Control Systems – up to $300 Cooling Tower Water Softening Equipment

Hot Water Recircullation System- The program will be retroactive to January 1, 2003 and an up to $100 rebate is available to customers who install a Hot Water Recirculation System. Hot water recirculation systems deliver hot water to fixtures quickly without waiting for the water to get hot. A recirculating pump rapidly pulls water from the water heater while simultaneously sending cooler water from the hot water lines back to the water heater to be re-heated. This can save from 12,000-38,000 gallons of water each year depending on the size of the water pipe and frequency of use!

Tankless Hot Water Heater – The program will be retroactive to January 1, 2003 and an up to $100 rebate is available to customers who replace their hot water heater with a Tankless Hot Water Heater. Instead of storing hot water, the tankless hot water heaters heat the water as you use it. The energy that is consumed is only for the hot water being used and provides an endless supply of hot water!


Rebate Request Form

Date:
Name:
Address:
City, State, Zip:
Telephone No:
Account Number:
Rebate Request:
(The list of approved rebates is attached)


Location of Rain sensor and clocks:


Proof of Purchase:

Attached a copy of the receipt, make and model, and a picture of purchase Follow the required steps according to the list of rebates your are applying for For the water usage rebate, document usage for last year and this year.

The District reserves the right to schedule an appointment to inspect the new fixture(s). Inspections are conducted Monday-Friday from 8:00 to 3:30 p.m. You must show the inspector the original receipt, dated after January 31, 2003. All old toilets must be rendered inoperable and are NOT to be sold for reuse. If you have any questions, please call 303-688-8550

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