Burlingame residents and property owners are eligible for a range of programs and rebates that support energy efficiency, water conservation and green building.
|High-Efficient Toilet Rebate
When was the last time you replaced your toilet? If it has
been over 20 years, then you could be eligible for a $100 rebate!
Rebate is valid only for toilets that use 1.06 gpf or less.
Visit BAWSCA for details.
Don't let good water go to waste! Capture rainwater to water
your plants and save up to $100 off a qualifying barrel.
Visit BAWSCA for more details.
||Home Energy Upgrade
Receive rebates ranging from $1,000-$3,000 for various energy
efficiency upgrades. Visit the San Mateo County Energy Watch
website for more information.
Planning to do some home improvement? Consider buying energy-
efficient products and save money. Visit PG&E to find a list of
qualified products for a rebate and to apply for rebates online.
|Enroll in ECO100 - ECO100, Peninsula Clean Energy's 100%
renewable electricity rate, is the easiest and cheapest way to
reduce greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution, and purchase
|Explore electric vehicles (EV) and take advantage of EV rebates
and benefits. PG&E is offering $500 Clean Fuel Rebate for EVs.
California offers up to $7,000 in EV rebates.
| Home Energy Toolkit
| Be energy efficient. Switch to LED lights. Insulate and weatherize
your home. Use efficient appliances. Turn off the lights and gadgets
not in use.
|Recycle e-waste. Thrown away e-waste pollutes the environment
and wastes precious metals that can be reused. Take your e-waste
to Green Citizen or other drop-off services to recycle anything
that plugs in or runs on batteries.
|Waste less, recycle more. Choose reusable over disposable, such
as reusable water bottles over plastic bottles; reusable bags over
plastic bags; and purchase products with minimal packaging.
Aim for zero waste by composting and recycling as much as
possible. Take our waste quiz to test your recycling knowledge.
|Try a commute alternative. Cars are the largest contributor of
greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution in the Bay Area.
Try alternatives to driving to work like biking, carpooling, and