Metropolitan Water District of Southern California

The Water Savings Incentive Program is a collaborative effort between Metropolitan, its 26 public member agencies, and large water-using customers to improve water use efficiency.  The water savings potential of individualized projects helps Southern California’s businesses, agriculture, and institutions achieve their efficiency goals.  California is a recognized leader in water resource management and the support of water efficient technologies.  These efforts encourage economic expansion in the region and improve water supply reliability throughout Metropolitan’s service area.

Funding for this program is limited and submitting an application does not guarantee the customer will receive payment.  Incentives will be reserved for projects on a first-come, first-served basis until funding is exhausted.

Note: Program policy requires that both Metropolitan and applicants sign a funding agreement prior to project implementation. Please submit applications well in advance of anticipated project starts to ensure adequate time for project review, data acquisition, and development of contract documents.

Program Overview (497KB .pdf)
Application Package (328KB .pdf)
Application Form (writeable format 596KB .pdf)

Metropolitan Water District of Southern California

Southern Nevada Water Authority

The Water Efficient Technologies (WET) program offers financial incentives to commercial and multifamily property owners who install water-efficient devices and technologies. Earn cash for implementing new, water-saving technologies.

WET Saves Water

Since 2001, participating businesses in the Water Efficient Technologies program have saved more than 9.3 billion gallons of water.

Southern Nevada Water Authority

The Water Authority reserves the right to qualify or exclude any proposed technology. See the program conditions for more information.

Fill out the SNWA Interest Form for Businesses, and a representative will contact you.

California Fire Fighter Joint Apprenticeship Committee

Each year, the Cal-JAC helps California Fire Departments fund and deliver more than a million hours of training and education. In addition to local apprentice training, the Cal-JAC actively seeks ways to develop flexible and effective training resources to meet the challenges facing California’s fire service.