WaterSense® Labeled Products

WaterSense® Labeled Shower Heads, Hand Showers, Lavatory Faucets and Toilets

With showering accounting for approximately 17% of residential indoor water use in the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has developed standards for water-efficiency in the shower. Delta Faucet is one of the first in the industry to qualify for the WaterSense® program developed by the EPA for shower heads and hand showers.

Delta shower heads and hand showers that meet WaterSense requirements use between 20 and 40% less water than the industry standard (1.5 or 2.0 gpm versus the standard of 2.5 gpm), while our lavatory faucets that meet WaterSense requirements use 32% less (1.5 gpm versus the standard of 2.2gpm). All perform as well or better than their less efficient counterparts.

Offering you maximum flush power while saving you money, Delta® 1.28gpf WaterSense® labeled toilets are virtually clog-free and offer savings of more than $90/year in reduced water bills.* Delta® toilets rate 10 out of 10 when it comes to flushing power, evacuating over 2 pounds of waste in one flush.**

We take our role as a WaterSense partner very seriously. 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.

WATERSENSE® is a registered mark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

*EPA estimates that a family of four replacing its home’s older toilets with WaterSense® labeled models will, on average, save more than $90 per year in reduced water utility bills, and over $2,000 over the lifetime of the toilets.

**Based on MaP industry testing standard

Delta Faucet Company named 2014

WaterSense® Partner of the Year.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) named Delta Faucet Company a 2014 WaterSense® Manufacturer Partner of the Year. The manufacturer of Delta®, Brizo® and Peerless® branded products was honored for its commitment to water efficiency and outstanding efforts to support the WaterSense program during 2013. This award marks the second time Delta Faucet Company has received this prestigious recognition from the EPA.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the purpose of the WaterSense program?

    The WaterSense program, a partnership program by the EPA, aims to protect the future of the U.S. water supply by providing people with easy ways to conserve water. The program helps consumers make smart water choices to maintain high environmental standards and save money without compromising performance.

  2. What is Delta's connection to the WaterSense program?

    Delta Faucet Company has been a WaterSense partner since the program’s inception, and was named WaterSense Partner of the Year in 2011. Delta is passionate about building awareness about the program with many different audiences, including consumers, designers, plumbing contractors, builders, and media.

  3. What is the WaterSense Partner of the Year award?

    Launched in 2008, the WaterSense Partner of the Year award recognizes partners that help advance the overall mission of the WaterSense program, demonstrate overall excellence in the water-efficiency arena and increase awareness of the WaterSense brand in a measurable way. Each year, the program recognizes just one manufacturer that demonstrates exceptional performance in each of these areas.

  4. How is Delta conserving water in the kitchen?

    In the absence of WaterSense specifications for kitchen faucets, Delta Faucet Company has taken the initiative to develop water-efficient kitchen products. For example, the Delta brand introduced its unique Multi-Flow™ kitchen wand that enables users to toggle easily between spray and stream functionality, which saves up to 32 percent over the industry standard 2.2 gpm in the kitchen.