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Product Specifications

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Products bearing the WaterSense label are generally at least 20 percent more water-efficient than similar products in the marketplace. EPA develops specifications that outline the requirements that products must meet to earn the WaterSense label.  In developing specifications, WaterSense works with standards organizations and other stakeholders.  Actions are released for public comment and review before being released as final. 

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Final Product Specifications

WaterSense has issued final specifications for the following products:

In response to requirements of the America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018, EPA reviewed existing WaterSense product specifications for tank-type toilets, flushing urinals, bathroom faucets, showerheads, and irrigation controllers and made the decision not to revise them at this time. Visit the WaterSense Product Specification Review page to learn more.

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  • How Does WaterSense Develop Specifications for Products to Earn the Label?

  • EPA considers both technical and market factors when identifying product categories that are good candidates for the WaterSense product specification and labeling process. If your product isn't included on the products page, it isn't eligible for the WaterSense label. While EPA hopes to include more products in the future, each product category considered for the label undergoes certain procedures to identify, research, and finalize specifications. Visit Why Can’t My Product Get a Label? page to learn more.

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