Metropolitan offers rebates to commercial, industrial, institutional and agricultural customers located within the districts 5,200 square-mile service area to encourage regional water efficiency and conservation. Rebates are available for qualifying water-saving technologies, processes and equipment used both indoor and outdoors. Grant funding opportunities are also available and detailed in the programs listed below.
The CPP provides sponsorships for community-based organizations including nonprofit groups, professional associations, educational institutions, and public agencies to encourage the discussion of water conservation, water-use efficiency, water quality, supply, and reliability issues.
ICP provides funding in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Environmental Protection Agency, Southern Nevada Water Authority, the Central Arizona Project, the Southern California Gas Company and Western Resource Advocates for research that will document water savings and reliability of innovative water saving devices.
The Water Savings Incentive Program is a collaborative effort between Metropolitan and its 26 public member agencies. Funding is limited and submitting an application does not guarantee payment. Incentives are reserved for projects on first-come, first-served bases until funding is exhausted.