When it comes to saving both money and the environment, your household utilities are a great place to start optimizing.
If you are a resident of Longwood, Florida, there’s a new opportunity available for you to do just that. The City of Longwood has expanded its Raising Energy Efficiency Program (REEP) to now include the Water Conservation Rebate Program.
What this means is Longwood residents and businesses can receive financial incentives-available through the Community Development Services Department-to install energy and water saving improvements.
Save $100 on a new WaterSense® toilet
WaterSense® toilet rebate details
- Rebate is offered for replacement of an existing 3.5 to 7-gallon per flush (GPF) toilets. It does not apply to new construction, room additions or replacements of a 1.6 GPF or lower toilet. A dual-flush toilet does not qualify unless the tank has a capacity of 1.28 gallons or less.
- The property owner or authorized agent MUST prove the existing toilet is 3.5 to 7 GPF before a rebated is issued. Before and after pictures are required as proof.
- Limit two (2) toilets per residence or business.
- ALL applications must be accompanied by dated itemized receipt(s)
- Equipment must be installed on a property built before 1994
- Property must be located within the City of Longwood, and receiving water and/or sewer service from the City of Longwood Utilities
- Products must be purchased and installed between 10/01/2015 and 8/31/2016.
- Applications must be received by 9/09/2016.
- Rebate funding is limited. Rebates are issued on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- Limit 2 toilets per resident.
- Sales tax and installation costs are not covered by the rebate.
- Contractors or installers are not eligible for the rebate.
- Approved rebates will be mailed to the property owner or authorized agent using the address information provided.