WaterSense

WaterSense

Program developed and administered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to promote and label water-efficient plumbing fixtures. WaterSense-labeled products are analogous to Energy Star–labeled products and will perform well, help save money, and use less water.
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0 guidelines and include WaterSense labeled faucets and fixtures, designed to be more energy and water-efficient.
International Resource News-October 6, 2017--American Standard receives 2017 WaterSense Manufacturer Partner of the Year Award
Letter of interest: providing retail infrastructure in support of a voucher program for het watersense labeled toilets
If you are looking for resources on water conservation, the most comprehensive I know are at EPA's WaterSense at epa.
Or consider upgrading to an efficient WaterSense approved toilet; for a list, visit epa.
In North America, more than 80% of the total participating hotels in the Environmental Protection Agency WaterSense H20tel Challenge are in the Marriott portfolio.
The WaterSense program was created to find ways to use water efficiently for consumers, communities and the environment, while helping conserve resources for the future.
If you're buying a bathroom faucet, Look for the WaterSense label.
Environmental Protection Agency announced the Sonoma-Marin (California) Saving Water Partnership (SMSWP) as a recipient of its national WaterSense Excellence Award for outstanding work promoting Wa-terSense and water-efficient irrigation practices.
Just a few miles north of the WaterSense house, a residential, retail and office development called Austin Ranch nourishes much of its dozens of acres of landscaping with treated groundwater and stormwater.
WaterSense labeled bathroom faucets and accessories that use a maximum of 6.
Delta Faucet Company is a WaterSense manufacturing partner of the US Environmental Protection Agency and manufactures Delta, Brizo and Peerless products.