Don’t miss out: $100 toilet rebate events

Old, leaky toilets can use over 5 gallons per flush–that’s a lot of water (and money) down the drain. By replacing your old model with a new efficient fixture, you’ll  conserve water for the Puget Sound region and save money on your utility bills.

But wait! There’s more…

Saving Water Partnership customers are eligible for a $100 rebate towards any brand of Premium (1.1 gallons per flush or less) toilets.

Join Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) and Niagara Conservation at select Home Depot stores for our upcoming toilet rebate events.

$100 Toilet Rebate Events

Saturday, May 7
8am–12pm
Bitter Lake Home Depot
11616 Aurora Ave. N

Saturday, May 14
8am–12pm
West Seattle Home Depot
7345 Delridge Way SW

  • SPU staff on site to answer questions and help with rebate applications*.
  • Niagara Conservation representatives on site to demonstrate their Niagara Stealth toilets.
  • All brands on the list of eligible Premium toilets (in stock and ordered) qualify for the $100 rebate.

*Want to complete your application on-site? Bring along a recent household water bill.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Customers must reside within the Saving Water Partnership service area [1].
  • Only Premium (1.1 gpf or less) toilets are eligible for the rebate. Use this list of qualifying toilets (pdf).
  • Existing toilets must be pre-2004 and have not previously received a rebate.
  • Rebate applications must be submitted within 60 days of purchasing a new toilet.
  • Maximum of two (2) rebates per household.
 

 

 

 

[1] The Saving Water Partnership includes the following utilities:
Cedar River Water and Sewer District
City of Bothell
City of Duvall
City of Mercer Island
City of Renton
Coal Creek Utility District
Highline Water District
North City Water District
Northshore Utility District
Olympic View Water & Sewer District
Seattle Public Utilities
Soos Creek Water and Sewer District
Water District 20
Water District 45
Water District 49
Water District 90
Water District 119
Water District 125
Woodinville Water District