U.S. EPA WaterSense Partner

The City of Oxnard is a "WaterSense" partner with the U.S. EPA.  Together we are helping customers use water resources more efficiently.

Look for products and services containing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's WaterSense label to save water and reduce environmental impact. The new label makes it easy for consumers to make smart decisions regarding water-using products. To find easy practices you can do at home to reduce your water bill and environmental impact visit the WaterSense website today! 


High-Efficiency Toilet Rebates (HETs)

High Efficiency toilets use only 1.28 gpf or less, a savings of more than 60-75% every time it’s flushed. For a family of three, installing a high efficiency toilet could mean savings of more than 60 gallons per day, or 23,400 gallons of water a year! Receive a rebate of up to $50 on the purchase of a WaterSense-qualifying toilet that meets 1.28 gpf or less. See below for more information on how to quality and submit for a rebate.

Funding is limited, and submitting a rebate application does not guarantee you will receive a rebate. Rebates will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis until funding is exhausted.

For more information on how to apply for a rebate and to view a list of qualifying products, click on the following: www.socalwatersmart.com.


High-Efficiency Clothes Washer Rebates  

A high-efficiency clothes washer saves you money on water, detergent, and energy. Although some high-efficiency models cost more than standard models, the savings on utility bills makes them a better investment in the long run. Receive a rebate of $110.00 on a purchase of an ENERGY STAR® qualifying clothes washer with a Water Factor (WF) of 4.0 or less.

Funding is limited, and submitting a rebate application does not guarantee you will receive a rebate. Rebates will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis until funding is exhausted.

For more information on how to apply for a rebate and to view a list of qualifying products, click on the following: www.socalwatersmart.com.


Free Conservation Devices 

To help its customers conserve water in homes and businesses, the Water Resources Division provides many free conservation devices.

Faucet Showerhead

Moisture meters for landscaping

Hose Nozzels

Showerheads (pre-1992 residential homes)

Faucet aerators (pre-1992 residential homes)

Toilet flappers

Dye tablets for testing for leaky toilets

Installing these devices at your home can help lower your water bill and conserve our precious water supply.  

Contact the Water Conservation Outreach Services at (805) 385-8339 to learn how to receive free conservation devices!

 

 



For further information:
Water Conservation Outreach Services

(805) 385-8339

Last Updated: Oct 17 2012