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   WaterSense® High Efficiency Toilet Rebate
EnergyWise - Efficient Toilet Rebate City Utilities residential and commercial water customers may qualify for a rebate of 50% of the purchase price, up to $75, after the purchase and installation of a WaterSense® labeled High Efficiency Toilet.

WaterSense® High Efficiency Toilet Rebate
Benefits:  50% of the purchase price up to $75 mail-in rebate
Who's Eligible:  CU residential or commercial customers with water service
Program Status:   Rebate program has funds available - accepting applications
Rebate Form:  WaterSense® High Efficiency Toilet rebate form

About the Program:
City Utilities residential and commercial water customers may qualify for a rebate of 50% of the purchase price, up to $75, after the purchase and installation of a WaterSense® labeled High Efficiency Toilet. High Efficiency Toilets use 1.28 gallons of water per flush (gpf) or less. Toilets manufactured earlier than January 1, 1994 use between 3.5 to 7 gpf. By participating in this rebate program, you could save approximately 6000 gallons of water per year, while at the same time knowing you are doing your part to conserve water for our community. Certain restrictions apply; see guidelines on rebate form.

Toilet Performance Test Results
The Maximum Performance (MaP™) testing project was undertaken in 2003 in order to identify how well popular toilet models perform using a realistic test media, soybean paste, closely replicating the "real world demand". Performance testing of several hundred different toilet fixture models was completed and summarized in the latest report.
EPA - WaterSense WaterSense® Labeled High Efficiency Toilets.
Look for the WaterSense label! Old, inefficient toilets are responsible for most of the water wasted in homes. Replacing these toilets with high-efficiency models (HETs) could save gallons per day. So whether you're remodeling a bathroom, building a new home, or simply replacing an old, leaky toilet, a WaterSense labeled HET is a high-performing, water-efficient option worth considering.
Residential Programs

RecycleRecycle Alert!
Please Dispose of Your Old Toilet Properly.
Old toilets must not be reused. Participants agree to destroy or disable their old toilets, and dispose of properly. City Utilities encourages recycling, if possible.

The cost of disposing an old toilet is about $5-$20. Please contact your trash hauler for rules and details. City Utilities will not reimburse the disposal fee.

For more information on recycling:
Registered Contractors
Many qualified contractors are able to perform efficiency upgrades. Choose one from the list of contractors registered with City Utilities, or select one of your own to perform the work. Either way, you will be on your way to saving energy and money.