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Plumbing Fixtures Rebates (Toilets, Urinals, Valves)

$40 per Premium High Efficiency Toilets, $200 per Ultra Low and Zero Water Urinals, $5 per Plumbing Flow Control Valve (minimum of 10)

Premium High-Efficiency Toilets

A Commercial Premium High-Efficiency Toilet comes in two categories, either as a tank toilet or a flushometer toilet and uses only 1.1 gallons or less per flush, almost 20% less water than the current WaterSense standard. Eligible toilets must replace existing toilets using at least 1.6 gallons per flush.

Premium High-Efficiency Tank Toilets must have a matching bowl and tank and must be listed on the qualifying products list as provided on the SoCal Water$mart website.

Ultra Low and Zero Water Urinals

Ultra Low Water Urinals (0.125 gpf replacing existing urinals of 1.5 gpf or greater) provide effective, low-maintenance flushing in public restrooms while reducing water consumption by as much as 88 percent.

Ultra Low Water Urinal rebates must have both a qualifying fixture and a qualifying flushometer valve from the list of qualified urinals. Any pairing between a qualified valve and valve fixture from this list will be accepted, as long as all other program terms and conditions are met.

Zero Water Urinals (0 gpf replacing existing urinals of 1.5 gpf or greater) are able to operate without water, because they use a special trap with lightweight biodegradable oil that lets liquid pass through but prevents odor from escaping into the restroom. New hybrid urinals, which occasionally flush water to clear the drain lines, also qualify as zero water urinals since their water use is minimal.

Plumbing Flow Control Valves

Flow Control Valves are designed to maintain water pressure while reducing water flow in faucets and showers by up to 60%. Devices: 2.0 gpm or less – used under sinks or before the showerhead.

Estimate Your Rebate

Verify eligibility and identify the current rebate amounts for your new water saving device(s) or measure(s). Rebate amounts may vary by water agency and are based on the availability of funding.

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