PMI closely tracks lower flow rates, California Prop 65 warning labels and proposed rules on reporting greenhouse gas emissions.
July 6, 2022
In response to severe drought conditions, some states are looking to reduce plumbing fixture flow rates lower than WaterSense’s rate, which is lower than federal requirements. In addition, a proposed SEC rule would require public companies, including plumbing manufacturers, to invest heavily in creating and maintaining systems for tracking carbon emissions. Finally, California is proposing to change California Prop 65 short-form labeling requirements.
More than 1.57 million Americans live without a toilet or tap at home, costing the U.S. economy $8.58 billion every year, according to a report produced by DigDeep with contributions from partners including IAPMO.