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Water Select® Introduces New Water Conservation Products
Date:6/20/2013

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) June 20, 2013

Water Select® introduces new water conservation products to help save water where it is wasted the most – in the shower. Reducing water consumption and the energy associated with the use of potable water is the key objective of Water Select®. The unique patented design, quarter-turn valve, includes a handle which is easily used by the physically challenged. This water conserving showerhead valve can be used in conjunction with existing or low-flow showerheads to provide substantial savings in the bottom line utilities such as water, sewage and electric. It fits nicely into the shower line between the goose neck and the shower head, or onto a wand. The new water conservation product is designed for both retro-fit and all new construction and has peer approval.

More and more people are awakening to the fact that water resources may appear plentiful, but in reality are limited in availability to populated areas. The time is NOW to tackle the global shortages of Drinkable Water and start using its limited availability wisely. Check the web site at http://www.Water-Select.com to see how installing one of these valves in the shower, a person can realize an immediate 20% savings in the expense of taking a shower. The water saving showerhead valve reduces the flow of water by 20%. This is achieved while maintaining the same pressure that was available before installing the valve, which saves on the cost of water. Using less water means less H2O is wasted down the drain which can affect savings in the cost of sewage; likewise there is cost savings accrued in energy required to heat the water.

The 20% bottom-line savings can escalate up to a whopping 70% savings, if that is someone's intention, by operating the quarter-turn valve. Simply turn the valve and slow the water flow down to a trickle, or off completely while applying shampoo, shaving, bathing, etc. This prevents the water from running needlessly and being completely wasted when not in use. Check the web site at http://www.Water-Select.com to see how installing one of these valves in the shower, a person can realize an immediate 20% savings in the expense of taking a shower.

People around the world can help with water conservation by helping spread the word that New Technology is available to improve the ability to use the world's most valuable natural resource, WATER, more effectively. The water saving showerhead valve is a new water conservation product that uses utilities more efficiently and decreases monthly bills. Water Select® is Conservation With Immediate Effect.

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