Commercial Rebates

  • Rebate rules
    • Customer must receive a water bill from Denver Water or a qualifying Master Meter distributor.
    • Applications must be submitted within 90 days of the purchase date. No exceptions.
    • Applications must be accompanied by a copy of a valid sales receipt. A valid receipt shows:
      • date purchased
      • product model or item number
      • price for each item
      • proof that the item is paid-in-full
    • Rebate amount will not exceed customer’s purchase price (with tax).
    • Denver Water will determine if the rebate can be applied as a credit on the water bill or if a check needs to be issued.
    • Application forms without complete information or a valid receipt will be returned to the applicant.
    • Only new fixtures or appliances qualify. Equipment that is used, leased, refurbished, rented, received from warranty or insurance claims, exchanged or won as a prize do not qualify for this rebate.
    • Rebate amounts expected to be greater than $2,500 must receive pre-authorization from Denver Water to be eligible.
    • Customers applying for a rebate must agree to allow Denver Water employees to access their properties in order to verify installation of devices eligible for rebates.
      • Should you be contacted for inspection, and the fixture/device is not installed at that time, the rebate will be denied.
    • Failure to cash a rebate check within 90 days of issuance shall void the rebate and shall relieve Denver Water of any obligation to pay the rebate. Rebate checks cannot be reissued.
    • Keep a copy of the entire application and receipt for your personal records.
    • The rebate applicant should be the purchaser of the fixture.
    • Rebate subject to available funds or discontinuation at any time.
    • New construction does not qualify.
  • WaterSense®-labeled toilets: average of 1.1 gallons per flush or less (up to a $150 rebate)
    • WaterSense-labeled toilets with an average of 1.1 gallons per flush or less qualify for a rebate of up to $150. See PDF document eligible models.
    • Average of 1.1 gallons per flush or less toilets that qualify for up to a $150 rebate can be found at these PDF document local retailers, or by asking your plumber.
    • Low-flow toilets (1.6 gallons per flush) and high-efficiency toilets (1.28 gallons per flush) do not qualify for rebate.

    What is WaterSense?

    Look for WaterSenseWaterSense products are backed by independent third-party tests and certification, and meet the Environmental Protection Agency’s specifications for water efficiency and performance. With WaterSense’s consumer-friendly labeling system, you can easily identify WaterSense-certified products that will perform well and are eligible for the rebate.

  • WaterSense®-labeled high-efficiency urinal rebate (up to $100 each)
    • Only WaterSense-labeled urinals qualify, which use 0.5 gallon per flush or less. 
    • Waterless urinals do not qualify at this time. 

    What is WaterSense?

    Look for WaterSenseWaterSense products are backed by independent third-party tests and certification, and meet the Environmental Protection Agency’s specifications for water efficiency and performance. With WaterSense’s consumer-friendly labeling system, you can easily identify WaterSense-certified products that will perform well and are eligible for the rebate.

  • Flushometer bowl and valve combination rebate (up to $125 per set)
    • Bowl and valve must both be rated to flush 1.28 gallons per flush or less.
    • Rebate applies to replacement of both the bowl and the valve.
    • Retrofit kits are not eligible at this time.
  • Coin/card-operated laundry equipment rebate (up to $150 each)
    • Washers must meet Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) Tier 2 or Tier 3 standards for energy and water efficiency. See this  list of approved washers. Denver Water issues rebates for only CEE Tier 2 and 3 washers.
    • Equipment must be replacing less efficient model (e.g., can’t replace a Tier 2 with another Tier 2).
  • Submeter rebate (up to $40 each)

    Rebate will be provided for submetering the following:

    • Individual residential dwelling units in a multifamily building
    • Individual commercial spaces in a commercial complex
    • Irrigation
    • Processes
    • Cooling towers

    Submeters required by code or ordinance on new construction are not eligible for rebates.

  • Commercial warewashing equipment rebate (up to $300 each)
    • Eligible warewashers must meet EnergyStar® standards for energy and water efficiency. See the complete list of approved warewashers
    • Equipment must be new
      • Equipment may be leased or purchased in full
  • WaterSense®-labeled smart irrigation controllers (25 percent of material cost)
    • Only WaterSense-certified smart irrigation controllers are eligible for a Denver Water rebate.
    • Multiple smart controllers are allowed per account.
    • Rebate applies to non-single family residential customers. Single-family residential rebates are available here.
    • For large irrigation customers (more than 1 acre of irrigated area) using smart irrigation controllers, you may be a good fit for Denver Water’s water budget program.

    What is WaterSense?

    Look for WaterSenseWaterSense products are backed by independent third-party tests and certification, and meet the Environmental Protection Agency’s specifications for water efficiency and performance. With WaterSense’s consumer-friendly labeling system, you can easily identify WaterSense-certified products that will perform well and are eligible for the rebate.

  • Commercial irrigation high-efficiency or rotary nozzles (up to $3 per nozzle)

Before applying, find the description that best matches your situation.