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Saving water

A person washing their hands at the left hand sink of a double sink area in a white bathroom.

Tapping into more ways to use less water

Experts say that less than three percent of the water on Earth is fresh water. We can all contribute to conserving this precious, shared resource. That’s why we offer kitchen taps that reduce water consumption by up to 30%, bathroom taps that reduce consumption up to 50%, and we have improved the water efficiency of many of our dishwashers and washing machines.
 
See all our taps.

Good to know: Save the water you use to rinse vegetables in and water your plants with it.
A person washes lettuce leaves in a sink under a running tap.

More ways to use less water

Switching to one of our kitchen or bathroom taps can reduce your water usage by up to 50%. What’s the secret? Well, a pressure compensating aerator, a little device inside the faucet that adds a little bit of air to help you save water and hopefully money, too.

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