Urinals with WaterSense Certification
WaterSense to Label Flushing Urinals
WaterSense specifications for flushing urinals, make WaterSense labeled products available for use in commercial and institutional restrooms.
WaterSense labeled urinals have the potential to help save
businesses and institutions water and money on utility bills.
Half-gallon Flush Limits
To earn the WaterSense label, urinals must flush using no
more than half a gallon, well below the current federal standard
of 1.0 gallon per flush (gpf). Older models installed before
regulations were in place can use even more water--as
much as 5.0 gpf.
Schools, restaurants, offices, and commercial buildings
Schools, restaurants, businesses, and other commercial buildings
can benefit from the financial savings of WaterSense labeled
EPA estimates that there are about 12 million urinals currently in use in the United States, and up to 65 percent of them are inefficient models that use significantly more than the federal standard. For every inefficient urinal replaced with a WaterSense labeled model, 4,600 gallons are saved annually. Learn more about the WaterSense specification for flushing urinals.