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Water Conservation Rebate Programs
The City offers rebates on water conserving models of washing machines and toilets.
Washing Machine Rebates
To encourage commercial and residential water customers to replace their washing machines with efficient water-conserving models to save water and money, the City of Lake Oswego is offering a Washing Machine Replacement Rebate of $75. Rebates are offered on a first come first serve basis and will continue until funding is exhausted. The Rebate Application is located to the right of this page under "Related Links".
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To encourage commercial and residential water customers to replace their old toilets/urinals with efficient, water conserving models, the City of Lake Oswego is offering this rebate program. The Toilet Rebate Application is located to the right of this page under "Related Links".
PLEASE READ YOUR TOILET REBATE APPLICATION FORM IN ITS ENTIRETY BEFORE SUBMISSION TO THE CITY. Be sure to include the toilet model number and not the store SKU number. Toilets donated to organizations for reuse or resale will disqualify your application for rebates.
TOILET REBATE REQUIREMENTS
- The City will ONLY fund the EPA "Water Sense" labeled High Efficiency Technology (HET) models of 1.28 gallons per flush or less.
- The toilet rebate for this model is $100.00 per toilet. Lake Oswego Residents have purchased the HET models at a rate exceeding 4 to 1 over the other less efficient 1.6 gallon per flush models.
The requirements for qualification will remain the same as to what toilets may be replaced, how the old toilets shall be recycled, and the number of units per household. Rebates will reflect as a credit on your water bill unless otherwise authorized.
Contact Kevin McCaleb with any questions.