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1. How do I participate in the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) ENERGY STAR Rebate Program?
2. How will I receive the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) ENERGY STAR rebate?
3. What should I do with my old item when requesting Board of Public Utilities (BPU) ENERGY STAR Rebate?
4. Is there a limit on how much I can claim on rebates?
5. How do I participate in the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) ENERGY STAR Rebate Program?

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1. How can I apply for the Good Neighbor Fund?
2. How can the fund help?
3. Who were John Alfred and Oscar Johnson?

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1. How do I participate in an audit?
2. How much will my audit cost?
3. How do I qualify for BPU weatherization rebates?
4. What is a Home Energy Audit?

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1. What do I do if the power goes out?
2. What is public power?
3. What are the benefits of public power?
4. How do rates compare?
5. Why are public power rates lower?
6. What are the other economic benefits of public power?
7. What are the national economic benefits of public power?
8. How is public power responsive to its consumer-owners?
9. How are public power systems regulated?

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1. Do I qualify for a business rebate?
2. What is included in a business rebate?
3. What is not included in the rebates?
4. Is there a limit to how much I can receive in rebates?
5. How do I participate in business rebates?

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1. What is the recyclable this week?
2. How can I get a copy of the Recycling Calendar?
3. What are the hours and phone number of the South County Transfer Station?
4. What are corrugated cardboard and box board?
5. What can I do with my yard waste?
6. What can I do with paint cans?
7. What can I do with my magazines and paperback books?
8. What can I do with hard cover books?
9. Do newspapers have to be covered?
10. What can I do with colored glass?
11. Can I recycle Styrofoam?

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1. Where does the responsibility of the homeowner lie in regard to the sewer lateral?
2. Is it illegal to connect any downspouts, groundwater sump pumps or overflows to the sanitary sewer?
3. We have had backups at our home previously. What can we do to prevent this situation from happening again?
4. Why is my sewer bill higher than my water bill?
5. Will I be billed for sewer when I fill my swimming pool or can the fee be waived?
6. Am I allowed to install my own sewer line?
7. Can I, as a homeowner, do plumbing in my own home?
8. Does the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) have records of the location of my sewer?
9. What type of sewer lateral do I have at my home?

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1. When will I see discolored water or will I only see discolored water on my scheduled flushing day?
2. Why should I be aware of my scheduled flushing day?
3. How can I check for discolored water in my home?
4. Is it safe to use and flush my toilet on my scheduled flushing day?
5. What if I did laundry and the discolored water stained my clothes?
6. What if I pulled discolored water into my hot water tank?
7. Is discolored water safe?
8. What if I do not want to drink or cook using discolored water, even if it is safe?
9. Why does the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) flush their water mains?
10. Why haven’t other places I have lived in performed flushing?
11. Why does the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) flush during the daytime?
12. My area was just flushed and I am experiencing low pressure or volume from my faucet, why?