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District offers rebates on toilets, smart irrigation controllers

Amidst a toilet paper shortage, people are asking, do I have enough?
The Weber Basin Water Conservancy District is offering rebates to residents who install new toilets or smart irrigation controllers.
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LAYTON — The Weber Basin Water Conservancy District is offering rebates to residents who install new toilets or smart irrigation controllers.

Residents who upgrade to a newer, more efficient toilet can receive a $75 rebate. The rebate is only available after the new toilet has been purchased and installed. Photo documentation is required.

Residents who upgrade their old controller with an EPA Water Sense-approved device can qualify for a rebate of up to $150. The rebates will be available March 1 to Oct. 31.

For more information, or for a rebate application, log on to weberbasin.com.