For single family, duplexes, triplexes, and single condo units
Get up to $100 per toilet to replace up to 2 old toilets (pre-2004) per household with new, efficient, MaP PREMIUM rated toilets. Toilets are the biggest water user in most homes. Replacing an older toilet is one of the most powerful actions you can take to save water every day and keep your water bill as low as possible.
- Most commonly purchased eligible toilets (pdf)
- Full list of eligible toilets (pdf)
- List of local retailers that sell eligible toilets (pdf)
How to participate
- Read through the application for the full list of requirements.
- Buy and install a rebate-eligible toilet (pdf).
- Within 60 days of buying your new toilet, submit your rebate application.
- Receive your rebate check in the mail within 60 days of submitting your application.
If you are unable to fill out the online application, contact us to request a paper copy sent by mail.
Is my project eligible?
Your project is eligible for a rebate if:
- You are replacing a toilet in a single family home, duplex, triplex, or single condo unit.
- The property receives a water bill from one of the Saving Water Partnership utilities.
- You are replacing toilets that, to the best of your knowledge, were made before 2004.
- The project meets the requirements listed on the application.
Tips for a smooth rebate process
- Make sure your new toilet is rebate-eligible. Check for the exact model number of the toilet on our eligible toilet list. Eligible toilets use 1.1 gallons per flush or less and meet performance standards. You can always contact the program manager to double-check that the toilet you are planning to buy is eligible.
- Make sure you get a receipt. Your receipt needs to show the purchase date, toilet model number, price, and demonstrate that the toilet was paid for. Toilets purchased with reward points are not eligible for rebate. If you are working with a contractor or plumber, ask that they include the information we need on an itemized paid invoice. Order summaries or confirmations usually don’t show all the information we need to approve the rebate.
- The homeowner should buy the toilet and fill out the application. If someone else purchased the toilet you may be asked to submit additional documentation. Contact the program manager before applying.
- Double-check your application before submitting. If your application is incomplete, it will take longer to process your rebate check.
What is a MaP PREMIUM rated toilet?
MaP PREMIUM toilets are independently rated to meet high efficiency and performance standards that exceed WaterSense requirements. MaP PREMIUM toilets use 20 percent less water and remove 70 percent more waste than regular WaterSense toilets. Learn more about the toilets eligible for this program.
How to dispose of old toilets
You can recycle your old toilets for a fee with the companies below.
- DTG Recycling Group
All non-porcelain hardware and wax rings must be removed.
Locations in Georgetown, Renton, Redmond, and Woodinville
- The United Group
Locations in Seattle and Snohomish
If you have any questions we are here to help. Feel free to get in touch with us at any point or for help choosing a rebate-eligible toilet.
Contact Residential Water Conservation Program Manager, Melissa Levo, at email@example.com or (206) 615-1282.