These are just a few of the Rain Barrel Rebate Programs around the United States.
Washington D.C. RiverSmart Homes
The overview of the program (465KB pdf)
Only these pre-qualified rain barrels are fast tracked for the rebate (352KB pdf)
Get the cash back rebate form (109KB pdf)
Montgomery County, RainScapes Rewards Rebate Program
You are required to complete this survey before an application is even considered!
City of Gaithersburg is offering rebates to single family residential property owners who install rain barrels on their property. Rebates will be in the amount of $50 per barrel with a maximum of four barrels per household.
Rain Barrel Rebate Instructions & Application (1.4Mb pdf)
City of Rockville is offering a financial rebate of $50 per rain barrel for up to four (4) rain barrels.
Rain Barrel Rebate Application (2.4Mb pdf)
Property Owner Agreement(110KB pdf)
Beginning July 1, 2010 the existing Austin Water Utility rainwater harvesting and rain barrel rebate programs will be combined into one capacity-based incentive program. Updated information
James City County
Rain Barrel Information and Application (1.5MB pdf)
Taxpayers who install a “water conservation system” (defined as a system to harvest rainwater and/or residential greywater) after January 1, 2007, and before January 1, 2012, may take a one-time tax credit of 25% of the cost of the system (up to a maximum of $1,000). This can be claimed over multiple tax years, but no taxpayer can receive more than a total of $1000 in credits through this program.
Builders are eligible for an income tax credit of up to $200 per residence unit constructed with a water conservation system installed.
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