Toilet rebate program
Toilet rebate application
The toilet rebate program ends on Dec. 31.
Round Rock‚Äôs Water Conservation Program is offering an efficient toilet rebate program for Round Rock water customers through Dec. 31.
The program is intended to promote customer awareness of their water use and the efficient use of water. (The programs end when all the funds for the fiscal year have been expended.)
Efficient Toilet Rebate Program
This program is available to single-family residential customers. Applicants must be a City of Round Rock direct water customer and the property must have been built prior to January 1, 1996, to qualify.
New toilets must be selected off of the EPA‚Äôs WaterSense toilet list.
The rebate amount will be 50 percent of the cost of the toilet, up to $100. Submit a completed rebate application form after the new toilet(s) are installed.
Toilets are the largest water-using fixture inside the home. By replacing old, inefficient toilets using three gallons per flush or greater with more efficient 1.6 gallon per flush or less commodes, you can save thousands of gallons of water per toilet, per year.
Wise water use is especially important because our City‚Äôs 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 (512) 671-2872.
Posted: Friday, December 06, 2013