• End of Rebate Program for Commercial Customers

    Commercial Properties Have Until New Year’s Eve to Take Advantage of Certain Rebates 

    The Monterey Peninsula Water Management District is announcing the close of a portion of its Commercial Customer Rebate Program on December 31, 2013. The program includes cash rebates on several water saving appliances that are available for commercial property owners and businesses on the Monterey Peninsula served by California American Water. 

    “The Commercial Customer Rebate Program helps businesses and commercial property owners implement the required water efficient measures. The rebates may even cover the entire cost of the appliance,” said Stephanie Pintar, the Water Management District’s Water Demand Manager. “Commercial customers can purchase these appliances until midnight on December 31, 2013 and still receive cash back.”

    Expiring rebates include up to $200 on High Efficiency Toilets and Urinals. There are also rebates available for up to $500 on Residential Grade High Efficiency Clothes Washers and for Water Efficient Ice Machines (CEE Tier II) and up to $1000 on Commercial Grade High Efficiency Clothes Washers.

    “We hope that businesses will continue to take advantage of the rebate program right up until the deadline, but we urge them to act now,” continued Pintar. “On January 1, 2014, these water efficiency measures become mandatory and are enforceable under Rule XI of the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District’s Rules and Regulations.”

    posted to Cedar Street Times on December 3, 2013

    Topics: Front PG News


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