The $170 million NSW Home Saver Rebates is part of the NSW Government’s Climate Change Fund, established to help people make their homes more water and energy efficient. NSW Home Saver Rebates are available for rainwater tanks, climate-friendly hot water systems, hot water circulators, water efficient washing machines and dual flush toilets.
The NSW Government is offering a $200 rebate on installations of new dual flush toilets that have a 4 star or higher water efficiency rating. This is a water saving initiative that was presented to parliament and passed in January this year as part of the NSW Home Saver Rebates initiatives.
Ask Gary How the Government Rebate works
To be eligible for the rebate, dual flush toilets & Hot Water tanks or other rebatable items must be installed by a licensed plumber, Call Gary or Email to discuss more details about how the NSW Government rebate works.
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$1500 cap per household
From 15 January 2010, the total amount of NSW Home Saver Rebates a household can receive must not exceed $1500 per property. For example, a household might claim a $150 washing machine rebate, a $150 hot water circulator and a $1000 rainwater tank rebate. The total NSW Home Saver Rebates claimed is $1300 which is below the $1500 cap.
Rainwater tank rebate – up to $1500 for rainwater tanks connected to toilets and washing machines
Hot water system rebate - $300 to switch from electric to solar, heat pump or gas hot water systems
Hot water circulator rebate – $150 for buying a hot water circulator
Washing machine rebate – $150 for buying a 5 star or higher WELS rated washing machine
Dual flush toilet rebate – $200 for buying a 4 star dual flush toilet suite
Ceiling insulation rebate - the NSW rebate finished on 30 June 2009
Download the NSW Brochures
Read more: http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/rebates/