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Restroom Rebates and Programs for HOA, Multifamily and Commercial Properties#

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Planning a bathroom overhaul at your organization? Or, want to make an impact and help save water? Consider replacing water-guzzling toilets with efficient models, and save money while doing it!

WaterSense labeled tank toilets use 20% less water than standard toilets and up to 60% less than older toilets. WaterSense labeled urinals can save 50% or more over standard units.

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Eligible restroom equipment#

To qualify for rebates, purchase and install toilets that meet the gallons per flush (GPF) eligibility requirements below. Note: Rebate funds are limited and will be distributed on a first come, first served basis.

Current Equipment Type Replace With Rebate Amount
3.5 GPF (1994 or older) tank toilet WaterSense tank toilets, including qualified dual flush fixtures, average of 1.1 GPF or less  $150
(usually $75)
1.6 GPF tank toilet WaterSense tank toilets, including qualified dual flush fixtures, average of 1.1 GPF or less  $100
(usually $50)
3.5 GPF (1994 or older) flushvalve toilet WaterSense flushvalve toilets with average flush rate of 1.28 GPF or less  $200
(usually $100)
1.6 GPF flushvalve toilet WaterSense flushvalve toilets with average flush rate of 1.28 GPF or less  $150
(usually $75)
Urinal 1.0 GPF 
WaterSense Urinals with 0.125 GPF or less  $200
(usually $100)
Urinal 0.5 GPF
WaterSense Urinals with 0.125 GPF or less  $150
(usually $75)

Flushvalve Toilet

Tank Toilet

Eligibility Criteria#

  • Fixtures must be installed at a Fort Collins Utilities commercial water service address.
  • Fixtures must be purchased in the current calendar year, with the rebate application submitted by the end of the current calendar year.
  • Rebates of $1,000 or more require pre-approval. Email business@efficiencyworks.org for more information.
  • Rebates may be applied to new construction if fixtures exceed current code requirements.
  • Recycle existing toilets or urinals.

Rebate Application


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