Water Saving Rebates
Listed below are some current rebates available to residences. Visit the Saving Water Partnership for a
complete list of rebates.
Get a $30 rebate on toilets
Customers can receive a $30 rebate when they purchase a new WaterSense-labeled High-Efficiency Toilet (HET).
By replacing their old water-guzzling toilet with an efficient WaterSense-labeled model, customers can cut their utility bills by $260 a year* and reduce water waste – and utilities are offering qualified homeowners a $30 rebate as an incentive.
Toilets are the main source of water use in the home, accounting for nearly 30 percent of residential indoor water use. WaterSense-labeled toilets use less than 1.28 gallons per flush compared to the 3.5 gallons per flush or more used by toilets installed prior to 1994.
*Based on a family of four living in a single-family home in Seattle.
- Customers must reside within the Saving Water Partnership service territory.
- Only WaterSense eligible toilets will be rebated. Check for eligible toilets by using the EPA's WaterSense product search before purchasing a toilet.
- The application must be submitted within 60 days of purchasing the new toilet.
- Only single-family residents and duplexes with separate utility bills are eligible for this rebate.
- Customers must send these three items to the address below:
Free toilets for low-income SPU customers
To replace water-wasting toilets with more efficient models, Seattle Public Utilities is offering free water-saving toilets to:
- Low-income homeowners who qualify.
- Multi-family buildings in SPU's service area that provide low-income housing.
Automatic Irrigation Systems
Irrigation water utility billing analysis, on-site assessments and financial incentives for properties with more than one acre of irrigated area. View program details.