Gerber has added a 1.28 gallons-per-flush option to its Ultra Flush toilet line.
This collection of bath and kitchen faucets offers a low flow rate and can be specified alongside the company’s high-efficiency toilets.
In an effort to bring flush toilets to developing countries, Caltech engineers turn to a toilet/waste treatment system that runs on solar power.
Each single-lever unit includes a 1.5-gpm pivot aerator.
Engraved metal wall panels provide tangible texture, a milking stool goes green, and a sublime bath fitting offers a low flow and high design.
The toilet is not something most homeowners want to discuss in much detail, aside from style preferences. Many don't realize that there is another aspect to choosing a toilet: water consumption. According to the EPA, toilets account for approximately 30 percent of indoor water use in the home.
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.
Vision 2020 Water Efficiency chair Paula Kehoe talks about her experiences in government water resource management—and what readers can learn from it.
From LEDs encapsulated in an incandescent-like bulb to a pendant made from hollowed-out tree branches, these luminaires show the many faces of sustainable lighting.
The one-piece Muse toilet uses 1.28 gallons per flush.
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