- Commercial Urinal
The rebate amount cannot exceed the cost of the urinal (i.e. bowl and valve). Parts, sales tax, and installation labor are not included.
2 different urinal rebate options:
- Up to $250 if you replace an existing urinal that uses 1.0 gallons per flush (gpf) or more with an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) WaterSense-approved urinal that also uses 0.125 gpf or less. Please note that the urinals that use.5 gpf do not qualify for the rebate.
- Up to $300 if you replace an existing urinal that uses 1.0 gpf or more with a waterless urinal.
Replacing older urinals with more water-efficient, well-performing models can help you save water and money as older urinals use 1 to 2 gallons or gpf and can often account for a large portion of the water used indoors by businesses. We offer rebate options for urinals ranging from $250 up to $300.
Replacing older urinals with EPA WaterSense-approved high-efficiency urinals (HEUs) that use 0.125 gpf or less can significantly reduce your urinal water use. If you want to save even more water, you can replace your older urinals with waterless urinals.
To qualify for the rebate, the WaterSense-approved model must also use 0.125 gpf or less. If you are purchasing flushing urinals (as opposed to the waterless model) we require WaterSense-approved models due to the rigorous performance and efficiency testing View a list of WaterSense-approved urinals by visiting the EPA website. There are many qualifying urinals that are available at a wide variety of price points and styles.
Urinal Rebate Eligibility
Complete rebate eligibility requirements are listed on the Urinal Rebate Application (PDF). However, we still want you to be aware of the following:
- Rebate-eligible parts include the urinal bowl and valve.
- Urinals must be installed and rebate applications must be postmarked within 90 days of the purchase date.
- The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires all rebate program participants receiving $600 or more per calendar year in rebates to be issued an IRS Form 1099 unless exemptions apply. If you have received rebates from Soquel Creek Water District (SqCWD) totaling $600 or more in the current calendar year, you must submit a completed IRS W-9 Form (PDF) with your rebate application to receive a rebate. The Social Security or Tax ID number requested in the rebate application process is in compliance with exemptions to the Federal Privacy Act of 1974, 42 UCS 405 (c)(2)(c). Social Security numbers provided as part of the application process are held in confidence under terms of the Privacy Act and are not divulged or otherwise conveyed to individuals or organizations outside the SqCWD Rebate Program.
- Flushing urinals must be EPA WaterSense-approved and must use no more than 0.125 gpf.
- The maximum number of urinal rebates is limited to the number of qualifying urinals in the business.