- What Delta Is Doing Home
- Reducing our Footprint
- Developing Green Products and Technologies
- The Importance of Water Conservation
- Programs and Legislation
Products and Technologies
- H2Okinetic® Showers
- WaterSense® Labeled Showers
- WaterSense® Labeled Shower Heads
- WaterSense® Labeled Hand Showers
- WaterSense® Labeled Toilets
- Water-Efficient Shower Heads
- Water-Efficient Hand Showers
- WaterSense® Labeled Bath Faucets
- Water-Efficient Bath Faucets
- Water-Efficient Kitchen Faucets
- Electronic Faucets
- DIAMOND™ Seal Technology
Programs and Legislation
There are numerous regional and national green home labeling programs and legislation either already in effect or in development across the U.S. that support water conservation and quality.
As a WaterSense partner, Delta Faucet Company is committed to working with the EPA to encourage efficient use of water resources and actively protect the future of our nation's water supply. All Delta lavatory faucets are WaterSense labeled. We also offer WaterSense labeled shower heads and hand showers that will coordinate with any faucet style, from traditional to contemporary, and any Delta bath collection.
* WaterSense and the WaterSense logo are registered trademarks of the EPA.
The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) developed the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System to provide a national standard for what constitutes a sustainable building. A total of 10 points are available for water efficiency for LEED-New Construction and Major Renovations. Delta Faucet Company is a member of the USGBC.
Masco Home Services, Inc., a Masco company, offers the Environments For Living Certified Green program to builders. The Environments For Living Certified Green program, the flagship level of the Environments For Living program, assists builders in constructing homes that result in at least 20-percent household energy savings (as compared with the 2006 International Energy Conservation Code), 20-percent indoor water savings (as compared to a conventional code-built home), and a 20-percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions associated with the home due to energy savings (as compared to a conventional code-built home).
Canadian Green Building Council (CaGBC) is the leading Canadian industry organization advancing green building practices for livable communities. The CaGBC represents 2,135 member organizations involved in the design, construction and operation of buildings. The Council implements the LEED® Green Building Rating System in Canada. Delta Faucet Company is a member of the Canadian Green Building Council.
California Health and Safety Code 116875 (AB 1953) and Vermont Law No. 193 (S152) mandate that the weighted average lead content in pipes, fittings and fixtures used to convey drinking water cannot exceed 0.25% on wetted surfaces.