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Californians Can Save Up To $300 On Their Water Bills With These Rebates!

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California is in the midst of a four-year drought, the worst in recorded history.  “Yes, I already know that”, you say.  But what you may not know, is that despite our current El Nino season, Californians still need to save water to prevent any further drought.

Here are the facts.  The snowpack in the Sierra Nevada, which had reached a 500-year-low, is already 103% of average for this time of year.  That’s a good start!  But we need a lot more than an average snowpack for a complete reservoir recovery.  And specifically in the Central Valley and Southern California, we need more rain to fill up our highly tapped groundwater aquifers.

In order for this to happen, the pace of snow has to continue during much of the next four months, which is our region’s wet season.  And so far the forecasts look encouraging, but you just never know when the weather patterns might switch.

So even in the midst of an El Nino season, Californians are required to cut back on their water usage.  One of the best ways to do save water to upgrade your home with more water efficient appliances and fixtures.  When you use water–saving products in your home or business, you can expect exceptional performance, savings on your water bills, and assurance that you are saving water for future California residents.

To learn more about water conservation, I recently attended a Help Save Water event hosted by Niagara Conservation at Home Depot in La Quinta, California.


Niagara Conservation Water Saving Toilet

Desert folks really understand the importance of saving water!  This year the Coachella Valley Water district alone asked residents to cut their water usage by 36%!  At the event, provided us with this cute How To Take A 5-Minute Power Shower as a guide.

Niagara Conservation Water Saving Toilet

While at the Help Save Water event, I met with Trey Cutler who introduced me to Niagara Conservation’s Stealth® Ultra-High-Efciency Toilet.  Niagara’s innovative and stylish Stealth® Ultra-High-Efciency Toilet goes a step beyond standard water-saving toilets with a 0.8 gallon per ush (GPF) ush rate.  Stealth has revolutionized the toilet market with its low-prole body, breakthrough patented hydraulic technology and the quietest flush on the planet.

Niagara Conservation Water Saving Toilet

The Stealth® Ultra-High-Efciency Toilet is offered in both round and elongated models and adaptable to fit a standard 12” roughing installation.  The Stealth easily replaces your existing toilet, offering superior performance and lowering water usage and utility bills like no other toilet can.

Niagara Conservation Water Saving Toilet

Product Specifications:

  • Ultra-High-Efficiency Flush
  • Uses just 0.8 gallons per flush (GPF)
  • Extremely quiet flush
  • EPA WaterSense labeled
  • White vitrous china, Elongated front, 12” rough-in
  • One flush thoroughly evacuates the bowl every time—no double flushing

Niagara Conservation Water Saving Toilet

During the event, customers were offered up to $300 in rebates thru The Coachella Valley Water District and when they purchased a new Niagara Conservation’s Stealth® Ultra-High-Efciency Toilet.

The good news is that these rebates are also available online!  The Coachella Valley Water District offers rebates of $100 per toilet, up to 2 toilets, to eligible homeowners on a first-come, first-served basis.

Niagara Conservation Water Saving Toilet

The Coachella Valley Water District offering rebates. is also offers up to a $100 rebate for the purchase and installation of one qualified high-efficiency toilet (1.28 gallons per flush or less) per household that replaces a less-efficient toilet (using more than 1.6 gallons per flush).  With both rebates, you are practically get the toilet for FREE!

Niagara Conservation Water Saving Toilet

Customer applying for a rebate through

To learn more about Niagara Conservation’s line of water-saving products visit them online or follow them across social media on FacebookTwitter and YouTube.

What is your #1 water saving tip for SoCal Field Trips’s readers?

Happy Conserving!