Does the District offer toilet-replacement programs?
Yes, the District offers a free high-efficiency toilet and urinal flush-valve installation program for apartments, businesses, and schools. More information about this direct installation program, click here. To help you upgrade to a more efficient toilet, please take a moment to review the resources provided below.
What rebates are available?
The State of California is offering a temporary rebate that may end at any time. Click here or call (844) 642-7410 for more information on eligibility and availability of this program. This program's implementation and funding status is determined by the State of California and not the District.
What do I need to know before I purchase an efficient toilet?
To help you focus on finding the most efficient toilets on the market, download these 15 important tips (and a tape measure) to gather the information you need before you leave the house!
What are the most efficient toilets on the market?
High-efficiency toilets can be found in all plumbing and home improvement retailers that sell toilets within the State of California. Premium HETs use 1.1 gallons per flush or less and flush effectively (that is, no double-flushing is required in standardized conditions) and can be found at select retailers and online (Premium HETs may be found at additional retailers since this list was created).
A list of Specific Premium HET models sold in California can be downloaded here as well as by using the search feature at Maximum Performance Testing by selecting for “MaP PREMIUM Rated” toilets. Most importantly, this independent group’s external website provides additional resources and assistance to help you enter the criteria and features that YOU are looking for in a new toilet before going to the store.
What can I do with my old toilet?
There are several recycling locations in Santa Clara County that will recycle or dispose of old toilets. Click here to download the toilet recycler and disposal list.
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