EPA Water Sense Program

To help consumers, installers and designers select water-efficient products, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) developed the WaterSense program. Irrigation product that has earned the WaterSense label includes irrigation controllers and spray bodies with pressure regulation. Choosing a WaterSense labeled product is one way to ensure you are using water-efficient products in your design.

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Find out which products have earned the EPA WaterSense label.


Controllers that have earned the WaterSense label use local weather and landscape conditions to tailor watering schedules to actual conditions on the site and plants' water needs. To earn the WaterSense label controllers must be able to adequately meet the watering requirements without overwatering.

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Spray Sprinkler Bodies

Spray bodies that control and reduce water pressure to the optimal pressure for the nozzle provide significant water savings over non-pressure regulating models.

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Specifications and Certifications

Find out about the technical specifications and certification programs for products, homes and professionals.

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Commercial Buildings

Hotels, office buildings, schools, shopping centers and other commercial buildings can conserve water by implementing best practices for planning, monitoring and optimizing water use. WaterSense has resources to help you identify best practices for the building type.

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