Water saving with Geberit
Sanitary technology from Geberit stands out for qualities such as how it conserves water. Our number one water-saving feature is the Geberit cistern. Overall, dual flush systems installed world-wide conserve more than 4 billion litres of water daily in comparison to traditional 9-litre flushing systems – most of which is drinking water quality. The Geberit concealed cistern Sigma 12 cm can even be restricted to 4.5 litres, which makes it exemplary with respect to water consumption. As a result, it has achieved consistently high scores on the WELL label.
The Water Label
Bathroom manufacturers across the globe are aiding governments in their quest to reduce water consumption by producing new, exciting, innovative and technologically advanced bathroom products that deliver the bathing experience which consumers can enjoy.
The Scheme provides easy access to a database of bathroom products when installed and used correctly will use less water, save energy and save money.
For more information visit it the Water Label website
Water Efficiency Label
WELL is a product classification system of the European sanitary valve industry, which:
- fulfils the increasing and understandable desire of consumers, both in Europe and worldwide, for information and guidance in making a conscious purchasing decision.
- implements the industry's desire to promote responsible water usage by consumers.
For more information visit the
WELL Label website
The Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS)
The Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) is the UK Water Industry's approval scheme. Products approved by the scheme have been shown to comply with the requirements of the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999 and amendments.
To see which Geberit products are WRAS approved, visit their website .