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  • Avalanche One-Piece Toilet From Gerber

    The Avalanche 1.28 LS one-piece toilet is WaterSense-certified for 1.28 gpf. Dual siphon-jet technology clears waste quickly, the maker says, and a large water surface helps keep the bowl clean. It features a Leak Sensory Pro fill valve to eliminate toilet run-on, an elongated rim, and a fully...

  • WaterSense Certified Faucets From Moen

    The 90 Degree bath suite includes a single-handle, single-hole faucet and a two-handle wide-spread faucet (shown), both WaterSense certified for 1.5-gpm operation. The wide-spread unit features the companys M-Pact valve, and the single-handle model includes a Duralast cartridge.

  • Product Review: Low-Flow Bath Fixtures

    With the advent of WaterSense certification—and manufacturers’ overwhelming response to it, there’s simply no excuse not to specify water-efficient toilets, showerheads, and faucets.

  • The Water-Efficient Home

    Guidelines for reducing water use in your projects.

  • New + Notable

    20 products for green-built homes, including an electric-vehicle charging station, an energy management system, and insulated framing.

  • Case Study: Terra Numa Custom Home, St. George, Utah

    Blending with its spectacular surroundings, this practical NGBS-certified custom home provides shelter, comfort, and efficiency in the Utah desert.

  • Acorn Engineering Co. High Efficiency Toilet

    Acorn Engineering Co.’s High Efficiency Toilet is made from 80 percent recycled steel and uses only 1.28 gallons per flush.

  • WaterSense-Certified Faucet From Hastings Tile & Bath

    Hastings Tile & Bath. The Chelsea H125 faucet offers a WaterSense-certified flow rate of 1.5 gpm. The unit combines a curvaceous, hourglass-like shape with square corners and a slender spout. It comes in 35 finishes. 516.379.3500.

  • New + Notable

    New products for green-built homes.

  • Case Study: Seattle-Area Home Is Living Lab for Green Building

    Shirley contracting had to enlist a true team of experts, including several engineers, a land-use planner, two landscape architecture firms, and a wildlife biologists, to tackle the challenges this steep and sensitively-zoned site presented.