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City of New Port Richey - Public Works Department
Friday July 6th, 2018 :: 08:06 a.m. EDT


Get up to $100.00 rebate for replacing a High Volume Toilet with a High Efficiency Toilet.

Toilet Rebate Program

The City of New Port Richey and Southwest Florida Water Management District have agreed on a Cooperative Funding Initiative for a Toilet Rebate Program for City of New Port Richey Water  customers.
The program’s designed to replace high volume toilets with High Efficiency Toilets (HET). The program is open to all City customers in single family residences that were built before 1995 and will be conducted on a first come first serve basis, as a  limited amount of rebates are available.
Up to $100.00 rebate will be available. One per household.

  • After successful completion and verification, you will receive the appropriate rebate of up to $100.00.
  • Must be a City of New Port Richey Utilities Customer. 
  • Must be the owner of the property or have signed approval by the owner.
  • Toilet must be non-efficient and installed prior to 1995.
  • The High Efficiency Toilet must replace a high-flow toilet and be verified by the program administrator.

 How to Apply:

  • Request and Application from the program administrator at (800) 964-2140
  • Upon Verification you will receive an application including the policies and procedures that qualify for the rebate.

Inspections include but not limited to:
  • The program administrator will schedule an on-site installation verification/inspection with you to confirm that each installed HET (1.25 gallons per flush or less) for the rebate has replaced a high flow toilet (3.5 gallons per flush or more)
  • Observation of the flush out refill of the toilet to ensure proper operation and to confirm water level in the tank and bowl is consistent with manufacturing standards.
  • Installed High Efficiency toilet is certified to meet WaterSense criteria through the approval of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) WaterSense labeling program.
  • Upon completion of Inspections, Public Works will properly dispose Toilet. 

City of New Port Richey - Public Works Department
5919 Main St
New Port Richey, FL 34652

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 727-841-4536

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