Price Pfister Stylish EPA WaterSense® Certified Bath Faucets Help Homeowners Conserve Water and Money
Lake Forest, California (March 2010) - In honor of the Environmental Protection Agency’s EPA® WaterSense® “Fix a Leak” Week, Price Pfister® – celebrating its 100th anniversary this year – is giving away a beautiful eco-pfriendly faucet-a-day between Mar. 15-21 at www.pricepfister.com/fixaleak. Each day, a new entrant will win an Ashfield® Trough Lavatory Faucet in one of three finishes that best matches their home’s style and décor – Polished Chrome, Brushed Nickel or Tuscan Bronze. The Ashfield Trough is one of the many Price Pfister WaterSense certified faucet designs, and features a waterfall spout and stylish, vintage country pump handles. Beautiful on the outside as well as the inside, the Ashfield faucet operates at 30 percent less water consumption than standard faucets without compromising your water experience.
According to the EPA, the American home can waste, on average, more than 10,000 gallons of water every year due to running toilets, dripping faucets, and other household leaks. Nationwide, more than one trillion gallons of water leak from homes each year. By fully adopting water-efficient products and practices, the average household can save approximately 30,000 gallons of water per year – enough to supply 150 homes with drinking water for an entire year. By conserving water, families also keep more money in their pockets by reducing water utility bills.