Water Efficiency Labelling and StandardsNovember 23, 2011 5:19 am
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What is the WELS scheme?
What does the WELS label mean?
The WELS water rating label carries two important pieces of information to help consumers compare products:
a one to six star rating on the product’s water efficiency
a number showing the water consumption per use or the water flow per minute.
More stars and a low number = better water efficiency.
The products are tested by a National Association of Testing Authorities accredited laboratory. These results are used to determine the star rating for each product.
Did you know?
A water-efficient washing machine may use only one-third the water of an inefficient model.
An old-style single-flush toilet could use up to 12 litres of water per flush, while a standard dual flush toilet uses just a quarter of this on a half-flush.
A standard showerhead may use up to 25 litres of water per minute whereas water-efficient showerhead might use as little as seven litres per minute, which is less than a third.
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