Saturday, October 29, 2011

Incentives Makes Water Conservation Easier

Water conservation is one of the City of Lauderhill’s top priorities and to help its residents to become their priority too the city became a participating member of the Broward Water Partnership’s Water Conservation and Incentives Program.

The Program, which kicked off Sept. 30, provides rebates and free water-conserving devices to qualifying City of Lauderhill residents. And, its community outreach and education component is designed to encourage year-round water conservation and help make conservation part of residents daily routine.

Together Lauderhill can reach its goal to save water, save money and the environment if residents take advantage of the incentives and rebates and encourage family, neighbors and friends to do so as well.

The Program

The city has created incentives for qualifying residents to make water conservation a way of life by providing rebates and free water-conserving devices. Funding and supplies are limited so don’t delay.

Water Conservation products


Qualifying customers are encouraged to replace their current toilet if it uses more than 1.6 gallons of water per flush with a WaterSense®-approved, High-Eifficiency Toilet (HET). Rebates will be provided for up to $100, or the cost of the HET, whichever is less. Applicants must own their own home, condo or townhouse to participate. Other restrictions apply. Click here to learn more about qualifying and applying for a rebate.


Lauderhill is also providing free, low-flow water faucet aerators and showerheads to qualifying residential customers. Residents must bring their old showerhead in order to receive a new showerhead; however, you do not need to bring their old aerators. Click here to learn more about the program including where to pick up your aerators and showerheads.

Business owners haven’t been overlooked. Lauderhill is also offering free, pre-rinse spray valves to qualifying commercial businesses. Click here for more information.

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