Water Conservation & Rebates

Online Rebate Submission Form 

Water Efficiency Rebate Program

Saving water is everyone's responsibility. By replacing your older appliances and fixtures with new, water conserving models, you become part of the solution. Danvers Department of Public Works (DPW) offers several water rebate incentives. Our program gives you the opportunity to save valuable natural resources, update your home appliances and save money. Water customers (Danvwater sense logoers residents only) who purchased a water conserving appliance or fixture may be eligible for a rebate.

Look for the WaterSense logo on appliances for additional water savings. The WaterSense label makes it simple to find water-efficient products, new homes and programs that meet EPA's criteria for efficiency and performance. WaterSense-labeled products and services are certified to use at least 20% less water, save energy and perform as well as or better than regular models. When you use these water-saving products in your home or business, you can expect exceptional performance, savings on your water bills and assurance that you are saving water for future generations. Danvers DPW thanks you for making every drop count.

  1. clothes Washer

$300 - Clothes Washers must be Tier Rated on the most recent Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) (x) List. 

Rebate forms may be submitted online through the Rebate Form Online Submissions if you attach the required backup documentation. You can also obtain a copy of a rebate application at Town Offices or print a Clothes Washer Rebate Application (PDF), fill it out completely and mail it or bring it to the address on the application with the required backup documentation. Please contact the DPW with any questions.

(x) The CEE - Through the Super Efficient Home Appliances Initiative, CEE promotes the manufacture and sales of energy efficient clothes washers. CEE has developed a set of specifications and a qualifying products list to define energy efficiency and works with initiative participants (utilities and energy organizations) to promote qualifying washers through incentive, educational and promotional programs.

  1. Faucets
  1. lawn irrigation rain sensors
  1. rain barrels
  1. showerheads
  1. toilets

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