Anyone who lives in Phoenix knows how vital water conservations is. What most people don’t know however is that when you convert your front or back yard landscape to a Xeriscape (low water usage landscaping), or install anĀ  more efficient irrigation controller, you may be eligible to receive rebates from the city. Cities presently offering these water rebate programs are Avondale, Chandler, Glendale, Mesa, Peoria, Scottsdale and Tempe. Some cities also offer a water rebate for rainwater or greywater irrigation. Additionally businesses may also be eligible for these rebates as well as additional tax credits.

These water reclamation systems are a great way to engage in sustainable landscaping practices that can benefit both your wallet and the environment at the same time.

Information about how you can be eligible for a water rebate can be found on your city’s official website.

Avondale Water Rebate Information
Chandler Water Rebate Information
Glendale Water Rebate Information
Mesa Water Rebate Information
Peoria Water Rebate Information
Scottsdale Water Rebate Information
Tempe Water Rebate Information

Other water conservation tax credit information and forms can be accessed through these links:
1- Corporate&Individual Income Tax Credit for Water Conservation Systems Implementation
2- Application for Individual Income Tax Credit for Installation of a Water Conservation System
3- Arizona Form 339-Information on Credit

To learn more about rainwater harvesting CLICK HERE to go to Life’s a Garden’s Rainwater Harvesting page

Aqua2Use has a new Greywater Diversion Device, CLICK HERE for more info

The following irrigation products are highly recommended:
Acclima’s new SC6/12 recommended for controlling water conservation and precise irrigation.
Click here to see all the details about the SC6/12!
Another excellent product of Acclima is their Digital TDT Sensor,
the industry’s only stable, absolute moisture sensor enabling accurate irrigation control.
Click here to see the Digital TDT Sensor deatails.


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