Toilet Replacement Rebate Program

WaterSense Models can save up to 13,000 gallons per year and more than $140 per year in water costs Save money and water by replacing old toilets with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) WaterSense-certified models!

As part of the city’s water conservation program, we are offering rebates up to $100 for replacing an old toilet with a U.S. EPA WaterSense low-flush model.

WaterSense labeled products are 20% more water-efficient and perform as well as or better than standard models. The average family can save 13,000 gallons of water and $140 in water costs per year by replacing all old, inefficient toilets in their home with WaterSense labeled models.

EPA WaterSense Certified LabelSteps

  1. Purchase a new EPA WaterSense certified toilet and keep the receipt.
  2. Install and take a photo with proof of address included.
  3. Submit your application!

Terms & Conditions

  • The Woodbury property where the toilet(s) is installed must be connected to the City of Woodbury water system.* 
  • Toilet(s) must be installed in a property owned by the applicant. 
  • Rebates are available, first come first serve, until funds are diminished or June 30, 2024, whichever occurs first. 
  • Toilets eligible for rebates are on the US EPA WaterSense list.
  • This rebate program is only for water-saving replacement toilets (new construction and new development properties built in 2021 or later are not eligible for this program).
  • Expenses eligible for reimbursement are limited to the costs of the toilet, before tax. Rebates may not exceed $100 per toilet and, because the rebate may not cover the tax, the rebate may end up being less than $100.
  • Copies of itemized receipts or invoices must be uploaded with your rebate application. The make and model of the toilet, along with the pre-tax costs of the toilet, must be shown on the receipt or invoice.
  • Evidence of U.S. EPA WaterSense toilet purchase and photo documentation of installation must be provided as outlined on the application form.
  • Purchases eligible for a rebate must have occurred between July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2024.
  • If the application is approved, a check will be mailed to your residence within 30 days.
  • Rebates are limited to 2 per household.
  • The City of Woodbury reserves the right to deny any rebate application. 
  • The City reserves the right to amend or terminate this rebate program at any time.

*If you are a Woodbury resident on a private well, options may be available for you. Please contact Heidi Quinn if you are interested.

Disposing Your Old Toilet

To dispose of your old toilet, contact your trash hauler. You can also refer to page 12 of Washington County's 2022 Going Green Guide.