Tag: water conservation

A Tête-à-Tête With Women Leaders In Sustainability

With gender equality listed as one of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, we’re highlighting women leaders in sustainability who are ushering in a new era of green. Meet the women who are blazing a trail toward a healthier future through recycling paint, ecological planning and building, and helping businesses contain their environmental footprint.

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Everything You Need to Know About Low-Flow Toilets, And Which Ones To Choose

Did you know toilets are by far the main source of water use in the home, accounting for nearly 30 percent of residential indoor water consumption? According to the EPA, “Over the course of your lifetime, you will likely flush the toilet nearly 140,000 times. If you replace older, existing toilets with WaterSense labeled models, you can save nearly 13,000 gallons per year with this simpler, greener choice”

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WaterHawk Smart Water-Efficient Showerhead

In the average home, showers are typically the third largest water use after toilets and washers. Yet until now, there’s been no way to intelligently know how much water is used while showering. With the WaterHawk smart water-saving showerhead, all of that changes.

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What Does the WaterSense Label Mean?

Did you know only 0.007 percent of the water on this planet is available to meet the demands of a population of 7.4 billion? Water is an incredibly precious resource! One way you can help protect it is by reducing how much you use and one of the easiest ways to do that is by looking for the WaterSense label when you build, buy, or renovate your home.

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Rainwater Hog Water Storage Tanks

Water is precious. Space is too. Rainwater HOG water tanks have an unrivaled slim fit, sleek design, and a unique form that works in modules. Durability and food-grade plastic create efficient water storage, as an emergency water container, or for rainwater reuse. 

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GreyWater Recycling Systems Inc.

In this system, greywater is processed through a filtration system prior to its entry into a holding tank. This treated water is recycled to replenish water consumed by toilets or used to wash cars, for outdoor irrigation or for swimming pools.

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