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Don’t flush away these savings: City of Parksville

Parksville is extending their low flush toilet rebate program to encourage water conservation.

The program gives a $75 rebate for the installation of a CSA approved toilet with a 6 litre or less flush, replacing one that uses 13 litres or more.

It is open to owners of existing residential buildings, within the City of Parksville, connected to city water and sewer systems. They are limited to one per residence, first come/first serve basis. Apply via the city website (www.parksville.ca/cms.asp?wpID=313) and at city hall.

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