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$125 toilet rebate for eligible Broward residents

Reducing water waste is kind to your wallet. And to the planet.

As an incentive to replace old toilets with fresher versions that save water, rebates are offered to eligible Broward residents.

The Broward Water Partnership offers rebates of $125 per toilet when replacing an older model with a more efficient, low-flow, WaterSense-rated toilet. Eligible homeowners may receive two rebates, for up to $250, per household.

The specific rebate and eligibility may vary depending on your address, which agency supplies your water, and whether that agency is part of Broward Water Partnership. 

The rebate is available to some or all residents who receive water service from

  • Deerfield Beach
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Hallandale Beach
  • Lauderhill
  • Pembroke Pines
  • Plantation
  • Sunrise/Weston
  • Davie
  • Margate
  • Cooper City
  • Coral Springs
  • Coconut Creek

Information about eligibility and applying for pre-approval is available at 800-270-9794  or on the website.

PLEASE NOTE: In order to receive the rebate, you must get approval of the rebate application before purchasing the product.

Residents of other Broward cities also are eligible for rebates through municipal programs:

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