The City of Plantation joined the Broward Water Partnership to educate residents about water conservation and resources. Plantation area receives its water from the Biscayne Aquifer, a system that has experienced an impact from years of expanding use. Recent droughts also have affected our need to conserve water. Together, these issues require us to consider how we will provide water in the near and distant future.
The good news is the first, easiest, and least expensive way to provide for our future water needs is through water conservation. Toilets account for at least 26% of indoor water use each day! Replacing a pre-1994 toilet with a high-efficiency toilet (HET) that uses only 1.28 gallons of water per flush will help you conserve water and save money.
To encourage residents to conserve water, the City of Plantation is offering a rebate to owners who qualify to replace a pre-1994 toilet with a 1.28-gallon high efficiency toilet (HET).
Replace your current toilet(s) that use(s) more than 1.6 gallons of water per flush with WaterSense® certified High-Efficiency Toilets (HET). Rebates are provided for up $100 each. Single-family, townhouse and condo applicants may receive up to two (2) rebates. Multi-family housing units, not-for-profit agencies, commercial buildings and institutional facilities may receive up to five (5) rebates or may submit a request to receive more.