Rebates are currently available for premium high-efficiency toilets, urinals, irrigation controllers, sprinkler nozzles, food equipment and more! Click on the link below to view the full list of the available commercial rebates.
The Water Savings Incentive Program (WSIP) is designed for non-residential customers improving their water efficiency through upgraded equipment or services that do not qualify for standard rebates. WSIP is unique because it provides an incentive based on the amount of water customers save.
Commercial and Multi-Family Landscape Transformation Program
Turf grass is one of the most water-intensive plants in your landscape. Its high water use and frequent maintenance make it a time-consuming and expensive landscape option. By transforming your landscape, you could save on your water bill, reduce landscape maintenance costs, and show that your organization cares about conserving water.
The On-site Retrofit Program will provide financial incentives to property owners who convert potable water irrigation or industrial water systems to recycled water use. This program provides incentives of $195 per acre-foot for five years of estimated water use, up to actual retrofit costs.
To encourage agencies that have not already installed water-efficient landscape equipment to do so, SoCal Water$mart has unveiled the Public Agency Landscape program (PAL), offering enhanced incentives paid up-front for public agencies to install water-efficient landscape devices at their facilities and on their grounds.
Replacing older toilets and urinals in fitness centers has great potential to increase water savings due to the high volume usage of these devices in these facilities. For a limited time, this new program will allow businesses whose primary function is fitness to receive enhanced incentives when replacing the older fixtures with qualifying models.
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is a consortium of 26 cities and water districts that provides drinking water to nearly 19 million people in parts of Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties.