The most common places to find household leaks are your toilet, sinks or water heater.
Finding ways to actually help to cut down your water usage and monthly bills is harder than you’d think.
There are several things that you can do to an existing home to conserve energy.
First launched in 2009, the WaterSense New Home Specification was designed to encourage builders and buyers to choose water-saving products and designs that ensure top performance.
Building a sustainable home does not require a lot of money or time and energy.
There are about 1 million catastrophic leaks in homes every year, costing nearly $10 billion in repairs.
Combining Niagara’s patented Stealth Technology with a smaller footprint, the new Nano toilet uses an average of only .6 GPF.
Only a very small portion of the Earth’s water is fit for human consumption, so we need to be very careful in our use of water domestically.
RESNET’s development of the HERS rating system has helped consumers gain a better appreciation of energy efficiency in the home.
With the Shutoff Valve, homeowners can have peace of mind.
Environmental sustainability has become a hallmark of community planning in areas all over the world. As more countries are affected by climate change, air pollution, flooding problems and water shortages, effective strategies for managing these problems must be being developed...
If you're dealing with rain and flooding from hurricanes and tropical storms, there are some things you can do to prepare your home. Check all downspouts and roof gutters to ensure they are securely fastened, free of debris and draining...
August is national water quality month, and there are a few simple things that area residents can do to reduce water pollution and runoff.
It is crucial that the information building professionals gather for their projects is accurate and done in an efficient manner.
Ten percent of homes have undetected leaks that waste 90 gallons of water or more per household each day.
Increasing demand on the state's water resources necessitated that sustainable building be a cornerstone of Florida's future.
Everyone knows that they shouldn't drink contaminated water, but what about bathing in it?
The first-ever smart home water treatment systems will revolutionize the way people drink water at home.
One common resolution at the start of the new year is to save money, and one way to save some green is by going green. The Energy Education Council shares a number of actions you can take to be more energy efficient and help keep more money in your pocket. An energy audit is a good place to start.
The once-foreign method of cleaning one's behind with waters becoming a common practice in modern American bathrooms.