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New WaterSense Label
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a new label to address the need to conserve water. The new label is called WaterSense and its goal is to protect our water supply by promoting water-efficient products and services. You'll find the label on a variety of products, including bathroom and kitchen faucets, toilets and showerheads.

Since its inception in 2006, WaterSense has partnered with some of the biggest and most trusted names in the business, like Kohler, Delta, American Standard, Moen, TOTO, Speakman and many more.
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Water Saving Tips & Practices
Even though 70% of the earth's surface is covered by water, less than 1% is suitable for drinking. It is important to conserve this natural resource by practicing moderation and installing water-efficient products in your home. Here are some helpful tips and practices so you can save water and live green:
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TOTO's high efficiency toilets use at least 20% less water per flush without sacrificing performance. View TOTO's full-line of sustainable products.



The new Kohler 1.75-gpm water-conserving showerheads combine water savings, performance and design. View their green line of products.


After you've decided on what style and design you want for your water-efficient fixtures in your bathroom, you might want to consider some additional green touches. Use a PVC-free shower curtain like one made from hemp. This new fabric will spice up your decor and keep water in the shower without the need of a plastic liner.




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