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Summer Savings with IRWD Rebates

A household's outdoor water use can be as high as 60% for irrigation and watering – save money and water use with one of our outdoor rebates.

  • Receive $4 per nozzle when you replace at least 30 of your conventional spray heads with high-efficiency nozzles. These types of nozzles apply water slowly and uniformly to your landscape, encouraging healthy plant growth.
  • Receive $90 per eligible drip irrigation kit and $0.20 per square foot when you replace your spray head sprinklers with a drip irrigation system. Drip systems avoid the inefficiencies caused by spray head irrigation, like misting and evaporation, by delivering water to the roots of the plants and minimizing weed growth.
  • Receive up to $2 per square foot by replacing your water thirsty grass with a drought friendly landscape. To be eligible for the Turf Removal Program, the landscape transformation plan must include a rainwater capture or filtration system to reduce rainwater onto sidewalks and streets and capture rainwater for reuse. Some eligible methods to meet this participation requirement includes rain gardens, rock gardens, dry river beds, swales, berms, grades and rain barrels/cisterns.

Learn more about rebate program requirements at rightscapenow.com/rebates.

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