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Get a $100 Toilet Rebate During Water Conservation Month
  
- Get five friends to participate, get another $100 -
  
DATE: March 22, 2017
MEDIA CONTACT: Samantha Baker
Environmental Planning and Community Resilience

PHONE: 954.519.1222
EMAIL: STBAKER@broward.org


BROWARD COUNTY, FL - April is Water Conservation Month, and the Broward Water Partnership is educating residents about the importance of saving this precious resource with an effort to reward those whose friends participate in a rebate program. Anyone who has already received a rebate for trading a water-guzzling toilet for a WaterSense┬« High Efficiency model or is in the application process, can win an extra $100 by convincing five friends to take advantage of the program. All rebates must be processed and completed by April 30, 2017.

The rules are simple:
 
1. Your own application does not count as one. That means you plus five others.
2. The online application asks how you found out about the rebate program. Make sure your friends write your name on their application so you get credit.
3. The first two people in each participating community who get five friends or family to complete the rebate process win $100 cash.
4. Hollywood residents and residents using Broward County Water & Wastewater Services will receive a $100 credit on their water bill instead of a cash rebate.

Since 2011, the Partnership has distributed more than 10,000 rebates for WaterSense┬« high-efficiency toilets. This, combined with the distribution of more than 20,000 water saving devices, has resulted in a savings of more than 1.2 billion gallons of water.

Water conserving toilets will continue to save water and money year after year. For more information visit
ConservationPays.com or call 800.270.9794.

About Environmental Planning and Community Resilience 
Broward County's Environmental Planning and Community Resilience Division coordinates regional climate resiliency strategies that focus on integration of urban and natural systems and protects, restores and enhances the quality, abundance and diversity of the County's natural resources through coordinated management efforts with activities targeting five key areas: water resource policy and planning, urban and natural lands management, beach and marine resources, energy and sustainability, and environmental monitoring. For more information call 954-519-1270, visit our website or follow us on Twitter.