The WaterSense program encourages consumers to reduce their water usage through water saving products and services, as well as by making simple changes in behavior to help conserve water. Installing WaterSense certified products in your home can save on natural resources, reduce water consumption and reduce the cost of monthly expenses.
American Standard, part of LIXIL, has received a 2018 WaterSense Sustained Excellence Award in recognition of the brand’s years of award-winning efforts to develop and promote WaterSense-labeled products and encourage water conservation across the country. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) previously named American Standard WaterSense Partner of the Year in 2017 and 2012, and also honored the brand with a WaterSense Excellence in Innovation and Research Award in 2016.
Learn more about American Standard WaterSense certified products below.
Toilets: Go Green and Flush with Confidence
Conserve water and save money with every flush. American Standard offers the most high performance toilets – more than any other brand – that meet or exceed maximum flushing while using less water. On average, toilets are the main source of water use in the home. Our WaterSense certified high efficiency toilets (HETs) deliver superior performance and fewer clogs, using only 1.28 gallons of water per flush (gpf). That is 20 percent less than traditional 1.6 gpf models. Our NEW ultra high efficiency toilet HETs save nearly 20 percent more water than the current WaterSense requirement offering significant water savings and powerful performance. View All WaterSense Toilets
Bath Faucets: Engineered to Be the Best
Our bathroom sink faucets are WaterSense-certified for high performance and water efficiency. Utilizing pressure-compensating aerators, these faucets deliver a powerful water flow that uses only 1.2 gallons of water per minute (gpm), saving 45 percent more water than standard models. With American Standard faucets, you’ll never have to sacrifice style for water saving. View All WaterSense Bathroom Faucets
Showerheads: Water Savings without Sacrificing Performance
Less Water, High Performance, How refreshing. Showering is one of the largest uses of water in the home. Save water while still enjoying a great shower experience by choosing one of our WaterSense certified showerheads or hand showers. These exclusive FloWise showerheads with patented turbine technology pressurizes and spins the water into a spray while only using 1.5 gpm ― 40 percent less water than conventional showerheads. These innovative shower heads and hand showers can save a family up to 8,000 gallons of water a year. View All WaterSense Showerheads
Commercial Innovation: Best-in-Category Performance
Help reduce water use in commercial restrooms with one of our WaterSense certified flush valves. Providing facility managers with worry-free operation that saves water, time and money, the urinal flush valves must use no more than 0.5 gallons of water per flush. Pair one of our Water Sense certified FloWise® flush valves with our FloWise urinals to save as much as 87 percent water compared to older, non-water efficient combinations. American Standard offers the broadest selection of LEED, EPA WaterSense-certified, ADA and NAFTA-compliant commercial products.
CALGreen and the Necessity for Water Savings
Drought conditions continue to plague areas of the United States and North America. Water-efficient fixtures and faucets can help ease the burden. American Standard residential and commercial toilets, and urinals, currently meet or exceed California Green Building Standards Code (CALGreen) provisions for water consumption. CALGreen is the first statewide "green" building code mandating water conservation in the nation.
American Standard is proud to offer 1.1 gpf WaterSense-certified pressure- assist and gravity-fed toilets with a 600 gram waste removal MaP score.
Make your life healthier and safer with American Standard WaterSense® approved products.
Sustain your life and our environment with water conserving products that meets EPA criteria.