Water Conservation OCU Water Division

Toilet Voucher Incentive Program

The Toilet Voucher Incentive Program helps customers replace their older inefficient toilets with new high-efficiency ones. Orange County Utilities credits qualifying customers up to $100 per toilet.

Details

Orange County Utilities residential water customers who own a single-family dwelling and wish to replace their existing high-flow toilets [3.5 gallons per flush (gpf) or greater] may apply for this program. Vouchers are valued up to a $100 credit for replacement with a high-efficiency toilet using 1.28 gpf or less or a dual-flush toilet. Limit two vouchers per household.

Important

This program is currently open.

Have questions?
Email: Water.Wise@ocfl.net

Need more information?
Call: 407-254-9837

FAQs

Who is eligible for this program?

Orange County Utilities residential water customers who own a single-family dwelling and wish to replace their existing high-flow toilets [3.5 gallons per flush (gpf) or greater] may apply for this program. Vouchers are valued up to a $100 credit for replacement with a high-efficiency toilet using 1.28 gpf or less or a dual-flush toilet. There is a limit of two vouchers per household.

When is this program available?

The program is now accepting applications and will continue until it runs out of funds.
Typically the program opens in November and closes sometime between July and September.

Facts

Install a toilet displacement device to reduce the amount of water needed per flush. These devices are available at most hardware and home improvement centers. Be sure installation does not interfere with the operating parts.

Check for toilet leaks by adding food coloring to the tank. If you have a leak, the color will appear in the bowl within 30 minutes. Flush immediately to avoid stains.

If the toilet handle frequently sticks in the flush position (letting water run constantly) replace or adjust it.

High efficiency toilets can save the average family up to 13,000 gallons of water per year.

Learn about what we are doing to help our customers become more water conscious and things you can do to reduce your water use.

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