BC Hydro offers rebates on washing machines

Offer runs until end of November for energy-efficient products

Until the end of November, BC Hydro, the City of Abbotsford and District of Mission are offering rebates up to $100 each on select Energy Star washing machines that use about 25 per cent less electricity than standard models.

Customers who live in Abbotsford and Mission can apply to receive rebates up to $100 from the City of Abbotsford and District of Mission. This is on top of the rebate BC Hydro is also offering. Purchases must be made between Sept. 30 and Nov. 30. Rebates are also available for refrigerators and dryers.

For information on eligible purchase dates, qualifying models and rebate amounts, visit powersmart.ca.

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