ROTATING SPRINKLER NOZZLES
Up to $6 per nozzle
Minimum of 30 nozzles
Rotating nozzles can help you reduce your outdoor water use by up to 30%.
LARGE ROTARY SPRAY NOZZLES
Up to $28 per set
Minimum of 8
Large Rotary Nozzles are durable metal nozzles that are resistant to wear and provide high distribution uniformity of water.
Starts at $250 per Cistern
Cisterns allow you to capture the rain that falls onto your roof and reuse it later to water your garden.
WEATHER-BASED IRRIGATION CONTROLLER
Up to $75 per station
Weather-Based Irrigation Controllers, aka ‘Smart Timers’, use information about your plants, soil, and weather conditions to apply the right amount of water year-round.
SOIL MOISTURE SENSOR CONTROLLER
Up to $75 per controller
Soil moisture sensor controllers have been shown to reduce outdoor water use by up to 70%!
TURF REMOVAL PROGRAM
Up to $2 per square foot
Ready to remove your grass and install a beautiful, California-friendly garden?
Up to $0.40 per square foot
Water your landscape more efficiently and save water by converting areas irrigated by spray heads to drip irrigation.
IN-STEM FLOW REGULATOR
Up to $1 per Regulator
Retrofitting your existing pop-up spray heads with rotating nozzles can save up to 1,000 gallons per device. In-stem flow regulators control water flow in irrigation systems at the sprinkler head.
COOLING TOWER CONDUCTIVITY & pH CONTROLLERS
Up to $1,225 per Conductivity Controller
Up to $2,750 per pH Controller
Annual water savings with a new Cooling Tower Conductivity Controller can be as much as 800,000 gallons. Installing a state-of-the-art integrated pH Conductivity Controller will allow you to upgrade your cooling tower water treatment by adding chemicals that control the pH in the system.
PREMIUM HIGH EFFICIENCY TOILET
Up to $40
4-Liters (1.06 gallons per flush) or less
Premium high efficiency toilets use almost 20% less water than the WaterSense standard toilet.
ULTRA LOW AND ZERO WATER URINALS
Up to $200 per Urinal
Ultra Low Water Urinals provide effective, low-maintenance flushing, while reducing water consumption by as much as 88 percent. Zero water urinals use no water at all, saving an average of 45,000 gallons of water per year.
PLUMBING FLOW CONTROL VALVE
$5 per valve
Minimum of 10 valves
Flow Control Valves are designed to maintain water pressure while reducing water flow in faucets and showers by up to 60%.
CONNECTIONLESS FOOD STEAMERS
Up to $985 per compartment
According to the Food Service Technology Center, the Connectionless Steamers save an average of 81,500 gallons per year with an estimated 10-year life.
AIR-COOLED ICE MACHINE
Up to $1,750
New Air-cooled ice machines use less energy and water and make ice more quickly and efficiently. By installing an air-cooled ice machine, you could save up to 219,000 gallons per year.
DRY VACUUM PUMPS
Up to $125 per 0.5 HP
Maximum of 2 HP
Vacuum pumps are used in many businesses, including dental and medical practices, petrochemical and pharmaceutical manufacturing, as well as food and medical applications for drying, distilling, evaporating, degasifying, freezing, suction, and laboratory analysis. Choose dry vacuum systems to eliminate water use and save energy.
The California Sprinkler Adjustment Notification System, or CSANS, is a free public service that provides periodic sprinkler adjustment reminder emails to homeowners and businesses.
WATER SAVINGS INCENTIVE PROGRAM
Customizable Commercial Incentives
The Water Savings Incentive Program (WSIP) provides financial incentives for customized water efficiency projects. Contact MNWD’s Water Efficiency Department if you have additional questions at (949) 448-4025.
FREE LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION SURVEY
For landscapes greater than one acre
A certified landscape irrigation auditor will survey and provide written recommendations for qualifying non-residential properties greater than one acre at no cost.
PUBLIC AGENCY LANDSCAPE PROGRAM
Enhanced Upfront Incentives
To encourage agencies that have not already installed water-efficient landscape equipment to do so, SoCal Water$mart offers enhanced incentives paid up-front for public agencies to install water-efficient landscape devices at their facilities and on their grounds.