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Efficient Bathroom Fixtures

Take a look at high-efficiency toilets, faucets, showerheads and systems to conserve water in the home's bathroom.
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Efficient Aerator Faucet

TOTO's single-handle, high-efficiency faucets have an aerated flow rate of 1.5 gallons per minute (gpm). The proprietary aerator system in the Upton faucet model delivers the same effect as the higher volume models, allowing you to wash your hands effectively while saving water. Upton faucets are available in standard and tall models.

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Energy Cell Faucet

Kohler Insight Technology for wall- and deck-mount faucets is able to analyze and log feedback from its environment when it’s initially installed. If the bathroom space has low lighting or highly reflective lighting, the sensor calibrates its default setting to accommodate the new space. The faucet is designed to conserve natural resources and also maintain quality and performance.

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Digital Shower System

Moen’s ioDigital technology can be found in the shower of their Vertical Spa line. The consistent energy-saving temperature reads on a digital waterproof screen, which can be used to program different zones at various temperatures.

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Water-Saving Shower System

TOTO high-efficiency shower systems follow the EPA's recently released new high-efficiency shower specification, requiring that showerheads and hand showers consume no more than two gallons a minute. The Soiree High-Efficiency line of showerheads and hand showers uses no more than 1.75 gallons of water per minute.

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