Yes. The District will grant:
You must replace an existing older model toilet with a High-Efficiency Toilet(s) using 1.28 gallons per flush or less for a dual flush model.
These toilets also carry the WaterSense label.
The washing machine must be either a front-loading model or a top-loading model with a Water Factor of 4 or less. The Water Factor is an indicator of how effectively a particular machine uses water. The number is determined by testing and the EPA publishes the Water Factors for all machines on the EnergyStar Website.
A copy of the store receipt and packing slip must be attached to the application. The make and model of the washing machine must be identified. The receipt must not be more than six months old when submitted to the DWWD or the customer will be ineligible for the rebate.
The bill for the fixture(s) or plumber’s invoice must be attached to the application. The bill must show the make and model of the fixture. Since the District wants assurance that the toilet has, in fact, been installed, the plumbing installation may be inspected. The receipt must not be more than six months old when submitted to the DWWD or the customer will be ineligible for a rebate.
The DWWD customer will receive a water account credit for the rebated amount.
Please note that rebates will not be granted to customers whose water bills are in arrears or require a water meter changeout.
Commercial properties are eligible for toilet rebates only. There is a maximum of two rebates per lifetime of the commercial property.