Get cash back for saving water
Use our list of resources and get money back on your water-saving equipment and drought-tolerant plants
• Southern Nevada Water Authority
The Water Smart Landscapes program gives rebates for converting grass to desert landscaping (up to $1.50 per sq. ft.), for rain sensors (up to $25), and for smart irrigation controllers (up to $200). Rebate coupons offered for pool covers (up to $200). You can also get a free Indoor Water Audit and Retrofit Kit to test fixtures.
• Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority
Get money back on multi-setting sprinkler controllers (25 percent off), rotor heads for sprinklers ($2 per head), rain sensors ($25), and for rainwater harvesting (up to $150), through the Outdoor Rebate Program.
• Eugene Water & Electric Board
EWEB customers can get cash rebates for certain types of timers for lawn irrigation ($25).
• Central Utah Water Conservancy District
Rebates for irrigation improvements (up to $150 for irrigation controller stations; 50 percent of hardware costs, up to $125) for nozzles, drip systems, etc., through Landscape Irrigation Product Rebates.
• Saving Water Partnership of Seattle and King County
Rebates (up to $375) for upgrading sprinkler systems or installing smart controllers are available.
• Cascade Water Alliance
In its Irrigation Efficiency Program, Cascade offers rebates for rain sensors and weather-based irrigation controllers (up to $400 for existing irrigation systems; up to $375 for new systems).
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