We use water indoors nearly every day. From showers to cooking to cleaning, the list of ways we use water indoors seems to go on and on. And, while our homes are getting more and more water efficient each day, there is still a lot of work to do to bring every home up to the most efficient plumbing standards.
The best way to do this is to look for the EPA WaterSense label when choosing your plumbing devices. EPA WaterSense labeled faucets, toilets and showerheads have been tested and approved by industry experts and meet the highest expectations.
Be WaterWise and look for the EPA WaterSense label. Water isn’t all you save!
Indoor Water Conservation Kits
Our indoor water conservation kits include an EPA WaterSense labeled showerhead, two bath faucet aerators, shower timer, kitchen faucet aerator, toilet leak detection dye tabs and instructions. Put these tools to work in your home and save water and energy.
Home Water Use Calculator
Home water conservation is easy once you understand how and where you can use less. The quick and easy Home Water Use Calculator shows you which water uses in your home are efficient and which are not and offers simple conservation tips that save water and energy.
Additional Information and Resources
- City of Bend – Indoor brochure
- EPA WaterSense (www.epa.gov/watersense)
- Alliance for Water Efficiency (www.a4we.org)