urinals with high-efficiency models.
The “Single Family Residential Gray Water” and the “Commercial High Efficiency Urinal” rebate programs are new for 2011. Now there are more ways that utility customers can lower their water and sewer
bills, and receive rebates or other incentives for investments in their homes or businesses.
A resident who installs a permanent gray water irrigation system in a new or existing home may be eligible for a rebate of 1/3 of the cost, up to $200. A business that replaces an older, water-wasting urinal with an
approved 1-pint flush model can be eligible for the same rebate.
“During these tough economic times, Tucson Water is offering more rebates to help our customers save water and money in their homes and businesses,” said Fernando Molina, Public Information Officer. “We have staff available to help customers decide which conservation program is best for them.”
Information on all Tucson Water conservation programs for residents and businesses is online at www.tucsonaz.gov/water/rebate or available by calling (520) 791-4331.