green-building
September 19, 2017
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EPA WaterSense and California Title 20 Water-Efficiency Standards

As water conservation becomes an increasing concern for home builders and homeowners everywhere, the EPA continues to make green plumbing a priority with their WaterSense certification. A WaterSense certified lavatory faucet will use a maximum of 1.5 gallons of water per minute, reducing a standard lavatory faucet’s flow of 2.2 gallons per minute by 30% without sacrificing performance.

Some states place an even greater focus on water conservation due to droughts. In April 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown mandated an Executive Order to address severely depleted water supplies across the state.  

Learn more about EPA WaterSense and Title 20 codes by downloading our Water-Efficiency Fact Sheet:

 

 

 

 

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The Pioneer family of companies has provided top-quality faucets and fixtures to builders, contractors and plumbers for more than three decades. Each of our brands – Pioneer, Olympia and Central Brass Company – is uniquely designed to meet the needs of a particular market and delivers on the Pioneer promise of excellence and reliability.

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