According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the average American household can slash up to a third of their annual water expenses by using plumbing products that meet the WaterSense standards for efficiency.

When replacing your faucets, toilets, showerheads, and other plumbing fixtures, look for the WaterSense label on the packaging. These products meet the EPA’s specifications for water efficiency and performance, meaning they use less water—and cost you less money—than their counterparts. Homeowners who purchase a WaterSense product may also be eligible for a rebate from their utility or municipality.

To learn how you can incorporate WaterSense products into your home, see the full article here: Save on Water Bills with WaterSense Products.