Dishmaster Faucets are in compliance with the following standards:
NSF/ANSI 372 - 2016, Drinking Water System Components - Lead Content Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act
California Health and Safety Code 116875 S.3874, Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act
BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES PROGRAM
Energy Conservation Program for Consumer Products and Commercial and Industrial Equipment
California Energy Commission Appliance Efficiency Regulations establish standards for energy use in appliances and equipment including kitchen faucets and many more devices that use electricity, gas, and/or water. California’s mandatory energy efficiency standards transform markets by removing inefficient products, saving consumers energy and/or water without seriously limiting their choice of products.
See the results of a study by the University of Purdue on how Dishmaster can help save the environment and help save you money! While an experienced Dishmaster user will most likely use less water to wash a load of dishes, Purdue University also reminds us that the ecological impact of a dishwasher is more than just the water it consumes. For one, it uses heavy detergents so it can use less water to clean your dishes. As well as the fact that a dishwasher produces a lot more permanent waste at the end when it is disposed of.