Water is one of Broward County’s most essential resources. Our economy, the quality of our lives, and the health of our natural systems all depend on having enough clean water. The availability and cost of water are important issues today and tomorrow.

When we conserve, we reduce the risk for water shortages and we save money.

And the savings are impressive. Conservation pays in many, many, many ways.

The Broward Water Partnership wants to make it easy for you to save. Our participants include Broward County and 18 cities and water utilities throughout the county. We have set a goal to save 30 million gallons of water per day through toilet rebates.

If you are a property owner, homeowner, or property manager and your toilets use more than 1.6 gallons of water per flush (gpf), you may be eligible for a rebate when you replace them with WaterSense® certified High Efficiency Toilets (HETs) that use 1.28 gpf or less (dual flush toilets must also use 1.28 gpf for both flush options).

Toilets can account for 30 to 35 percent of household water use. Depending on how old your toilets are, HETs could save up to 77 percent of water with every flush. Even without a rebate, HETs pay for themselves very quickly.

When you get a rebate, you save while you save.

You (and conservation) are part of the plan to make sure that we have the water we need—forever.