The Metropolitan Water District relaunches its Save A Buck program starting September 21, 2009 for Southern California commercial, industrial, institutional, and multi-family water customers. (This program classifies multi-family properties as apartments, condominiums, townhomes and mobile homes with five dwellings or more that ARE represented by a homeowners association or property management company.)
How to Get a Rebate:
- Funding is limited. Reservations are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Only water agency customers who own or manage commercial, institutional and industrial facilities or multi-family properties may request a reservation using the online reservation form.
- Participants must obtain a rebate reservation online for a qualifying device PRIOR to purchase and installation of devices. Phone reservations are no longer accepted.
- After obtaining a reservation, participants must purchase and install the device, and submit the complete application with supporting documentation. The completed application and documentation must be postmarked within 45 days of reservation confirmation to be eligible.
- Only original receipts will be accepted as proof of purchase, and must be submitted with application for rebate.
- Only devices purchased after September 21, 2009, with a confirmed reservation are eligible for rebates. Purchases made prior to this date without a reservation are ineligible.
- Some devices or products may no longer be eligible for a rebate, and rebate amounts are subject to change. Please check this website regularly for the latest information on qualifying devices and products and rebate amounts.
- Rebate checks will be issued only to the commercial, industrial, institutional and multi-family facility water customer.
Water-saving devices that may qualify for a rebate include: high-efficiency toilets and clothes washers, commercial HVAC, cleaning, and landscape equipment. For detailed information on the high-efficiency devices that qualify for a rebate please visit the Save a Buck Program's page or call the hotline at (877) 728-2282.