Residential Water-Saving Devices
"Residential" sites include: single-family homes, duplexes, condominiums, and the individual units within a multi-family building.
Commercial Water-Saving Devices
"Commercial" sites include: multi-family common areas, industrial, institutional, and commercial properties.
SmartRebate Commercial Application (PDF)
CONTACT THE AGENCY DIRECTLY FOR REBATES THEY MAY OFFER.
NO RESIDENTIAL REBATES AVAILABLE THROUGH THE SMART REBATES PROGRAM AT THIS TIME.
|Cooling Tower Conductivity Controller|
If your conductivity controller is more than 5 years old, it may be losing efficiency. Annual water savings with a new Cooling Tower Conductivity Controller can be as much as 800,000 gallons.This translates into a $4,000 savings in water and sewage costs per tower. Automated monitoring and control are the keys to maintaining cooling system efficiency. By accurately transmitting information to the valves that control the amount of blow down (water drained from the cooling tower reservoir) and subsequent makeup water, a conductivity controller can dramatically reduce operating expenses. Call 877-231-3625 x16 to participate.
- Qualifying Models
|High-Efficiency Clothes Washer|
Up to $150 Rebate
High-Efficiency Clothes Washers (HEWs) utilize technological advances to deliver excellent wash performance while saving both water and energy. Resource efficient models use 35-50% less water and approximately 50% less energy. The water efficiency of clothes washers is rated using the term "water factor" to describe and compare its water use. Water factor is measured by the quantity of water (gallons) used to wash each cubic foot of laundry. A lower water factor represents greater water and energy efficiency. Qualifying Models must have a Water Factor (WF) of 6.0 or less.
Note: Washers must have a water factor of 6.0 or less to qualify. Some washers on this list have more than 6.0 water factor and will not qualify for a rebate.
- List of Models
- Multi-Unit Tracking Sheet