Comox Valley Regional District Goes Low Flow With Toilet Rebate Program
The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) has launched a pilot toilet rebate program as part of the plan outlined in the draft water efficiency strategy intended to achieve a 27 percent reduction in water consumption by 2014.
If residents are replacing an old water guzzling toilet in residences built prior to September 2008, then the CVRD will offer one $75 rebate per household for installing water efficient toilets.
“This is a fabulous opportunity for the CVRD to reduce both water consumption and sewage flows” said Fred Bates, CVRD Board Chair. “Using less water per flush will both conserve our valuable resource and save us all money in the long run”.
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Posted September 2009