1. Fix a Leak:
A dripping toilet, showerhead or faucet can use as much as 90 gallons of water a day. Stop leaks by changing the washers on your sinks and showers, or get new low-flow faucets.1
2. Install Water-Saving Fixtures:
Save water and money with low-volume or dual-flush toilets and low-flow showerheads. Reduce water volume with aerators on your faucets. Use water-saving showerheads to reduce water usage to 1.2 gallons per minute or less. Learn more about low-flow legislation.
3. Earn a WaterSense® Label:
Multifamily buildings or specific units in multifamily communities can earn a WaterSense label when by meeting standards for plumbing fixtures, hot water delivery, metering systems and other water-saving features. In some regions, multifamily properties are eligible for rebates on WaterSense products.
1. United States Environmental Protection Agency, "Fix a Leak Week". 2019.
WaterSense Flushometer Valve Toilets That Use a Maximum of 1.28 Gallons per Flush
WaterSense Faucets That Use a Maximum of 1.5 Gallons per Minute
WaterSense Showerheads That Use a Maximum of 2.0 Gallons per Minute
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