Water Wise Account Credit Program

The Suffolk County Water Authority through their Water Wise Account Credit Program will allow a customer to now earn an account credit of up to $250 per account for three years, if you purchase water-conserving devices, such as a rain sensor, pool cover or smart irrigation device, and use them in your home. The credit applies only to the water-saving device itself, not any additional installation or labor costs. The device must be purchased on or after February 1, 2023, to qualify.

Qualifying devices for the Water Wise Account Credit Program are:

1) Smart irrigation controllers ($150 credit)

2) Rain sensors ($75 credit)

3) EPA WaterSense low-flow showerheads ($20 credit)

4) Faucet aerators ($15 credit)

5) Smart Service Leak Detecting Valve ($100 credit)

6) Solar Pool Covers ($75 credit)

7) Pressure regulators ($100 credit)

8) Rain barrels ($75 credit)

Receipts for water-saving devices purchased before 02/01/2023 are still eligible for the old credit amounts. The credit is only applicable to water-saving devices which are placed on pipes or equipment belonging to the customer, not the Authority.

Call RB Irrigation at 631 288-1087 for more information or email us

For more information about  SCWA Water Wise Account Credit Program visit https://www.scwa.com/waterwise/

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