Mercer Island offers rebate for replacing toilets

The City of Mercer Island and the Saving Water Partnership are working together this summer to help Mercer Island residents find a greener way to flush.

Toilets are typically the largest use of water in a household, with older models flushing up to five gallons each time.

Saving Water Partnership is a group with works to converse water around King County and Islanders can replace old toilets with a new WaterSense labeled model and receive a $30 rebate. Starting on June 1, Islanders who choose a new 1.06 gallon per flush Premium WaterSense model can get a $75 rebate.

To learn more, call (206) 684-SAVE.

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