Coral Springs, along with 16 other municipalities and water utilities, has partnered with Broward County’s Natural Resources Planning and Management Division to form the Broward Water Partnership.
The main objective of this incentive program is to distribute toilet rebates while engaging residents in water conservation practices. This helps reduce potable water use so that future water supply demand may be met.
Qualifying residents must apply and be pre-approved before purchasing toilets or they may not be reimbursed. There is a limit of two rebates per household for up to $100 each, or the cost of the toilet, whichever is less.
“Thank you so much for providing this opportunity…I noticed a decrease in my water bill. I urge all residents to explore the possibility of changing their old toilets for newer water efficient ones,” Coral Springs resident Rose-Marie Botting said.
To find out if you’re eligible and how to apply, visit www.ConservationPays.com
or call 1-800-270-9794.