Multiple towns in the Neponset Watershed share an interest in promoting the efficient use of water as a means to minimize the long term cost of water supply operations, facilitate regulatory compliance, and minimize environmental impacts. With these goals in mind, the parties have successfully obtained grant funding from MassDEP to initiate the Neponset Valley Water Alliance.
From now through June 20, 2014, the Neponset Valley Water Alliance is offering grant-funded residential rebates for the purchase of WaterSense labeled toilets and Energy Star rated clothes washers. Terms and conditions apply.
Rebate information and forms can be found at: www.nvwater.org
Completed rebate forms should be returned to the local water department.
- Toilets must be WaterSense labeled and use 1.28 gallons per flush or less: click here for a list of WaterSense labeled toilets.
- Clothes washers must have an Energy Star water factor of 4.0 or less: click here for a list of Energy Star clothes washers.
- The rebate program is for residents of Canton, Dedham, Foxboro, Sharon, Stoughton, and Westwood only.
- Each town has different rebate amounts, terms and conditions.
- Residents will receive rebates from their town water department, subject to terms and conditions.
- Customers are encouraged to contact their local water departments, prior to purchase, to ensure that their product qualifies for the rebate.
Get additional rebate information by visiting your town’s water department website, or by giving them a call:
Canton Water and Sewer Department – 781-821-5017
Dedham-Westwood Water District (DWWD) – 781-329-7090
Foxborough Water Department – 508-543-1209
Sharon Department of Public Works – 781-784-1525
Stoughton Department of Public Works – 781-344-2112
The Neponset Valley Water Alliance has been financed partially with State Capital Funds from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (the Department) under a Sustainable Water Management Initiative Grant. The contents do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Department, nor does the mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.
The Neponset Valley Water Alliance is being managed by the Neponset River Watershed Association.