Low-flow fixtures

Low-flow fixtures

Plumbing fixtures that use less water than average fixtures. Low-flow toilets use no more than 1.6 gallons per flush compared to the traditional 3.5 gallons per flush.
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The mall is also fitted with LED lights and features water-saving low-flow fixtures and faucets.
Utilizing LEED standards, low-flow fixtures were installed and mechanical and electrical systems were designed to reduce the water and energy consumption of 10 East by 47 percent and 6.
Breeze Glazer, senior associate and sustainable design leader and research knowledge manager at Perkins+Will (New York), says practices such as low-flow fixtures and using no potable water for landscape irrigation are becoming the baseline for many organizations.
Starwood has made reductions by working together with its properties, using low-cost, foundational initiatives such as installing high-efficiency LED lighting and low-flow fixtures and faucets as well as capital improvements including enhancing or replacing mechanical systems.
Energy demand for the home was reduced through solar orientation, summer shading, extraordinary envelope design, lighting and appliance selection, and low-flow fixtures.
Low-flow fixtures including dual-flush toilets for increased water efficiency
NUWC Newport expects to see a 35 percent reduction in building energy performance, a 40 percent reduction in water usage through the use of low-flow fixtures and rainwater harvesting, the use of white roofing and a light colored exterior building facade, the use of storm drainage practices to infiltrate or capture and treat 90 percent of all rainfall at the site, and a lighting systems equipped with occupancy and ambient sensors and dimmers.
If you're already stacked with Energy Star-certified appliances and low-flow fixtures, follow these smart and easy tips for a healthier, more conscientious space.
All of the faucets, showers and toilets throughout the resort are water-saving low-flow fixtures and air conditioning units in unoccupied rooms run at an energy-conserving 78-80 degrees.
Others are finding ways to make a big difference with seemingly small steps, like going paperless or installing low-flow fixtures across hundreds of properties.
The building is also aiming to achieve LEED certification, counting proximity to the subway (the 2/3 line is a block away), bicycle storage, 2,500 square feet of green roof surface, low-flow fixtures and dual-flush toilets among its eco-friendly features.