Napa County Flood Control and Water Resources is offering a $100 rebate for the purchase of High Efficiency Toilets (HETs), to help increase water conservation. HETs are 1.28 gallons per flush or less and must have the U.S EPA WaterSense® label. Residents and businesses located in the unincorporated County that do not pay a water bill to the City of American Canyon, City of Napa, Town of Yountville, City of St. Helena or City of Calistoga, may receive a rebate for approved expenses up to $100 per toilet with a two toilet maximum per household or business. To qualify for the rebate, HETs must replace toilets older than 1993 or that use 3.5 gallons per flush or greater. To get the HET rebate, Email David.Briggs@countyofnapa.org with your name, address, and age or flush volume of your toilet(s).
In addition to rebates for energy-efficient appliances, free water-saving devices like faucet aerators, showerheads, shower timers and hose timers, are available to residents who live in unincorporated Napa County. Stop by the Napa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District Office at 804 First Street in Napa and pick yours up today and don’t forget to ask about their incentives for rainwater harvesting too!
Residents in unincorporated Napa County are also eligible for washer rebates from PG&E and the County. To help save water and energy, rebates from $50 to $200 are available for purchasing a qualifying energy-efficient clothes washer. To learn more about washer rebates, including links to lists of qualifying models, visit http://www.waterenergysavings.com/ or call PG&E at 1-800-933-9555