Chicago Faucets, the manufacturer of commercial faucets, released a new Water Conservation infographic. Available at chicagofaucets.com/conservation, the infographic is part of the company’s ongoing drive for water conservation in the commercial plumbing marketplace.
The infographic provides links to help users select low-flow faucets for any application. Chicago Faucets has a wide selection of faucets with a 0.35 GPM flow rate including manual, metering and electronic sensor faucets.
“The infographic demonstrates the potential for as much as 84 percent water usage reduction when swapping out legacy faucets for newer, more efficient models,” said Adam Molberger, product manager, Chicago Faucets. “It’s important to us to make sure the best water conserving faucets are available to our customers to help them meet initiatives like LEED v4.”
Chicago Faucetshas committed to water conservation as a partner of WaterSense; a program designed to protect the future of our nation’s water supply by promoting water efficiency and enhancing the market for water efficient products, programs and practices. Chicago Faucets is also a member of the U.S. Green Building Council, which has developed The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System.
To download a high-resolution image of the Water Conservation Infographic, please go to www.interlinegroup.com/pressroom/Chicago/INFOGRAPHIC.zip