Improve your home’s efficiency with WaterSense and Energy Star products.
Save water, energy, and money by choosing the right appliances for your home. Look for WaterSense and EnergyStar labels to help you identify which products have been certified to be at least 20% more efficient, without sacrificing performance.
Rebates for toilets are no longer available for single-family homes. Financial assistance for toilets is available through EBMUD On-bill financing program.
What is a high-efficiency toilet?
A high-efficiency toilet is one that uses 1.28 gpf or less. Older toilets can account for as much as 25 percent of household indoor water use.
For more information on WaterSense Toilets please visit the EPA's WaterSense website. For toilet model flush-performance information, visit Maximum Performance.
Save water and money by asking your toilet retailer about WaterSense toilets.
What is a high-efficiency clothes washer?
A full-sized Energy Star certified clothes washer uses 13 gallons of water per load, compared to the 23 gallons used by a standard machine. Replace older top loading clothes washers with newer water and energy efficient models.
When researching new washers, look for the Energy Star Most Efficient label, which recognizes products that deliver the highest water savings with the latest technology.
Start your search for 2018's Energy Star Most Efficient clothes washers here: Energystar.gov