Programs > WaterSense Toilet Rebate
Individuals interested in participating in the water district’s toilet rebate program must complete one of the following applications. All public utility customers in Washington County, with the exception of properties in St. George, are eligible to participate. Information on St. George’s toilet rebate program is available here. Offers cannot be combined.
A list of qualifying fixtures can be found at:
FAQ’s About WaterSense Labeled Toilets
What are WaterSense labeled toilets?
Recent advancements have allowed toilets to use 20 percent less water than the current federal standard, while still providing equal or superior performance. The WaterSense label is used on toilets that are certified by independent laboratory testing to meet rigorous criteria for both performance and efficiency. Only toilets that complete the third-party certification process can earn the WaterSense label.
How much can WaterSense labeled toilets save?
Over the course of your lifetime, you will likely flush the toilet nearly 140,000 times. If you replace older, existing toilets with WaterSense Labeled models, you can save 4,000 gallons per year with the simpler, more efficient choice.
How much will I save in reduced water utility bills?
WaterSense Labeled toilets are available at a wide variety of price and a broad range of styles. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that a family of four that replaces its home’s older toilets with WaterSense labeled models will, on average, save more than $90 per year in reduced water utility bills and $2,000 over the lifetime of the toilets.
How do WaterSense labeled toilets perform?
Unlike some first-generation “low-flow” toilets, WaterSense labeled toilets combine high efficiency with high performance. Design advances enable WaterSense labeled toilets to save water with no trade-off in flushing power. In fact, many perform better than standard toilets in consumer testing.
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