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Go Green with Sustainability

CEC & CALGreen Compliant Products for Your Home

Enjoy environmentally friendly bathroom and kitchen products that are CEC and CALGreen certified. Save the environment as you upgrade your home with the latest technology. Our CEC and CALGreen toilets, bathroom faucets, shower faucets and kitchen faucets will provide you with compliant, water-saving products that are great for your home and wallet. 


High Efficiency (HET) and Ultra High Efficiency (UHET) toilets designed to save water using 1.28 gallons per flush or less.

CALGreen Toilets

CEC Compliant Toilets

Cadet 3 Toilet
Studio S Bathroom Faucet

Bathroom Faucets

Save up to 20% more water with our water efficient Bathroom Faucets.

CALGreen Bathroom Faucets

CEC Compliant Bathroom Faucets

Shower Faucets

Conserve up to 30% more water by using a 1.8 gpm shower head or shower faucet.


CEC Compliant Showers

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Kitchen Faucets

Choose from a variety of water efficient kitchen faucets.

CALGreen Kitchen Faucets

CEC Compliant Kitchen Faucets

Water-Efficient Products for Commercial Installation

Meet building codes while designing your next project with both CEC and CALGreen certified kitchen and bathroom products. 

Water Saving

Commercial Toilets

Great for saving water in high-traffic areas.

CALGreen Commercial Toilets

CEC Certified Commercial Toilets

Toilet with Ultima Flushvalve
Pintbrook Urinal System with Battery Powered Flush Valve


With ultra-low consumption models, our urinals save more water in restrooms.

CALGreen Urinals

CEC Certified Urinals

Commercial Faucets

Manual and proximity faucets starting at 0.35 gpm save water and money.

CALGreen Commercial Faucets

CEC Certified Commercial Faucets


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commercial faucets

How to Conserve Water 

Saving water without sacrificing performance is important to saving our planet and conserving resources.

American Standard strongly recommends the purchase and installation of WaterSense toilets, urinals, shower heads, and faucets. The EPA Watersense® program makes it easy to find and select water efficient products and ensures confidence in those products with a label-program backed by independent certification and performance testing.

California is the best-known example of a state further acting to address drought and water shortages. To help save water, the state has two important plumbing product requirements:

CALGreen, the state’s Green Building Standard, enforces installation of water efficiency products through the building code.

The California Energy Commission (CEC) restricts and lists the sale of water consuming fittings and fixtures to comply with water-efficiency standards, at or lower than the applicable WaterSense® program standards.

Many additional states are following this lead and have begun requiring the use of high-efficiency toilets and water-saving faucets. American Standard offers a variety of toilets, faucets, shower heads and commercial products that are compliant with the water-saving regulations needed for CEC and CALGreen.

CEC Standards

  • Toilets shall not consume more than 1.28 gallons per flush and shall have a waste extraction score of no fewer than 350 grams 

  • Showers shall not exceed 2.0 gallons per minute

  • Beginning July 1, 2018 Showers shall not exceed 1.8 gallons per minute

  • Urinals shall not consume more than 0.125 gallons per flush

  • Residential bathroom faucets shall not exceed 1.2 gallons per minute flow rate

  • Kitchen faucets shall not exceed 1.8 gallons per minute flow rate and may have the capability to increase to 2.2 gallons per minute momentarily for filling pots and pans 

  • Public bathroom faucets shall not exceed 0.5 gallons per minute flow rate 
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CALGreen Building Codes

  • Toilets shall consume no more than 1.28 gal/flush 

  • Wall Mounted Urinals shall consume no more than 0.125 gallons per flush; all other urinals shall 0.5 gallons per flush or less 

  • Single shower heads shall have a maximum flow rate of 2.0 gallons per minute at 80 psi 

  • Multiple shower heads combined flow rate of all shower heads controlled by a single valve shall not exceed 2.0 gallons per minute at 80 psi, or only one shower outlet is to be in operation at a time

  • Residential Bathroom Faucets shall have a maximum flow rate of 1.2 gallons per minute at 60 psi; the minimum operating flow rate should be at least 0.8 gallons per minute at 20 psi 

  • Public Bathroom Faucets in Common and Public Use Areas of Residential Buildings shall not exceed 0.5 gallons per minute at 60 psi 

  • Metering Faucets shall not exceed 0.25 gallons per cycle

  • Kitchen Faucets shall have a maximum flow rate of 1.8 gallons per minute at 60 psi and allow for temporary increase to 2.2 gallons per minute for filling pots and pans but shall default to 1.8 gallons per minute


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