WATER CONSERVATION PRODUCTS
How we consume water has a big impact on our ability to live sustainable lives. Check out these water conservation products and service resources you can get behind on your road to water conservation through conscious consumerism.
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Explore the Water Conservation Directory by category. If you don’t find anything you like at this point, keep coming back. The directory will be continually updated.
Water Conservation Product Directory
More Categories and Brands to Come
Taking the Guesswork Out of Water Conservation Products
Thank you for visiting the Water Conservation portion of being a Conscious Consumer.
If you have been reading up on why water conservation is important on my Conserve Water page, and you wish to learn what products or services you can use to do your part to conserve water, then congratulations!
You’re making strides to reducing your eco and carbon footprints and towards living a more sustainable lifestyle.
Water Product 3rd Party Certifiers
More Certifiers to Come
Here are hard-working, U.S. and international 3rd party product certifying organizations that take a lot of the sustainable-buying guesswork out of your purchasing. Look for their labels when you make your next purchase.
Click on each logo to see their certified product listings that hold with their mission to make the planet a sustainable place to live.
A U.S. EPA-backed program, Energy Star helps everyone save energy and money by providing cost-saving, energy-efficient product and practice solutions to improve our air quality climate thereby protecting our environment. Read more about Energy Star or find tax credits.
Sponsored by the U.S. EPA, this program provides resources and certification on water-efficient products that to use at least 20% less water and save energy in order to help all save water. Read more about WaterSense or find available rebates.
Move over C and S Corps… Certified B Corporations (B Corps) are redefining how business is done. “Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose.” If you see this label on a brand, that’s a brand you can get behind as a conscious consumer. Full stop. Read more about B Corps and what companies must do to get B Corp certified. Search their directory to see who is a certified B Corp.