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Water Bill Assistance From WaterSense

You need to look for the WaterSense label to buy water-efficient products. They can help you save water, and help you lower your water bills. A wide variety of products are available to buy, the list keeps growing, and they don't require a change in your lifestyle. By making just a few simple changes to use water more efficiently, you could save about $175 every year on your water bill.

In order to be considered for the WaterSense label, products must:

  • Be around 20 percent more water-efficient than the average products in that category
  • Perform better than their less water efficient counterparts

WaterSense, which is a partnership assistance program sponsored by EPA, seeks to protect the future of our nation's water supply by encouraging water efficiency products, savings on water utility bills, and also enhancing the market for water-efficient programs, products, and practices.

The WaterSense label on a product will indicate that these programs and products meet water efficiency and performance criteria. WaterSense labeled products will help you save money, perform well, and encourage innovation in manufacturing.

  • Faucet : If every household throughout America installed a WaterSense faucet in their home, we could save more than 60 billion gallons of water annually. Incredible.
  • Showerhead : Showering is approximately 17 percent of residential indoor water use in the United States. You can save a lot of money on your water bills by using a WaterSense showerhead. More than 1.2 trillion gallons of water are consumed each year from showers.
  • Toilets : Older, inefficient toilets in homes are responsible for the majority of the water wasted in American homes, and for high water utility bills. Replacing these inefficient toilets with WaterSense labeled, efficient toilets could save nearly 2 billion gallons per day across the country.



By: Jon McNamara



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