Latest News: Suffolk County, East Hampton, Southampton and Shelter Island Towns have published their Septic Rebate Program guidelines! These programs can be used concurrently with the Suffolk County “Reclaim our Water” grant funding or can be used separately for a rebate directly from the Town (if approved).

If you live in East Hampton, the Town of East Hampton Septic Rebate Program is available for eligible residential and commercial property owners who replace their existing septic system with a Norweco Singulair or Hydro-Kinetic I/A OWTS. Please go to for information on this program.

If you live in Southampton, I/A OWTS Rebates are available through the Community Preservation Fund for systems within the Medium and High Priority Areas of the WQIPP and for income eligible applicants please visit for details on their program.

If you live on Shelter Island – information about the septic rebate program can be found by going to this link and then downloading the “Septic Rebate Application” form halfway down the page.

If you live in Suffolk County – you may be eligible for the SC Septic Improvement Program (SIP) :
For details please go to Suffolk County’s new website for all of the details. On July 3rd, Suffolk County officially opened its application process for up to $11,000.00 in Grant funds and up to $10,000.00 in low interest loan options for residential homeowners to upgrade to nitrogen reducing I/A OWTS. The website has an enrollment & application process and has lots of information for homeowners.

Should the Suffolk County website not answer your questions, please call us at #631-336-2420 x149 to learn more or email us at

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Additionally, if you live in one of the other two east-End Towns (Riverhead or Southold) you may be eligible for additional CPF funding sources that are currently being developed. Please call us to learn why the Norweco Singulair TNT or Hydro-Kinetic are the best choice for you.

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