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Rebates offered for WaterSense irrigation controllers, sprinklers

Post Date:05/02/2019 12:48 pm

The City of Plymouth offers rebates to residential and commercial property owners who complete water efficiency improvement projects. Residents must apply for the rebates, which will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.

The program was established to encourage water conservation in Plymouth and reduce the demand on the municipal water supply.

Irrigation lawn wateringEligible Projects
Rebates will be given for replacing old, inefficient irrigation controllers. All property owners who are customers of the municipal water supply could be eligible.

When selecting irrigation controllers, property owners should look for the WaterSense certification from the Environmental Protection Agency. 

  • WaterSense Irrigation Controllers – Rebates will be awarded for the cost of the item, up to $200 for residential customers and $500 for commercial and multi-family customers.
  • WaterSense Sprinkler Heads – Rebates will be awarded for the cost of the items, up to $100 for residential customers and $200 for commercial and multi-family customers – minimum of 10.

Water usage in Plymouth is twice as high during the summer than in the winter – largely because of lawn watering. The program offers an incentive to property owners to install devices that more efficiently use water and help reduce the demand during peak season.

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