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WaterSense EPA

Every Drop Counts

Coastside County Water District is committed to protecting the future of our national, regional, and local water supply through water-efficient practices, products and services. That is why we are partnering with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to bring to you WaterSense, a national program that offers people a simple way to make product choices that use less water – and perform as well or better than your existing products and fixtures.

To learn more about WaterSense go to http://www.epa.gov/watersense/

Why Should You Care?

  • Using water efficiently will conserve supplies for future generations.
  • Protecting and preserving the nation’s water supply is critical to our economic future and human health.
  • WaterSense labeled products and services perform as well as or better than their less efficient counterparts.
  • Purchasing WaterSense labeled products can help you protect the environment and help you save money on utility bills.

WaterSense Labeled Products

EPA maintains an online directory of labeled products.

For a WaterSense product list go to http://www.epa.gov/watersense/products/index.html

WaterSense Labeled New Homes

Building a new home is a big investment for you and your family’s future. When you build a water-efficient home, you are investing in the future of your community and the planet as well.

WaterSense labeled new homes are designed to reduce residential water use indoors, as well as outdoors, compared to typical new homes—allowing you and your family to enjoy all the comforts of home while using less water and energy, and spending less money on utility bills. WaterSense labeled new homes help families save an average of 10,000 gallons of water and at least $100 on utility costs each year by including WaterSense labeled plumbing fixtures, an efficient hot water delivery system, water-efficient landscape design, and other water- and energy-efficient features.

For more information go to http://www.epa.gov/watersense/spaces/new_homes.html