Ewing Supports EPA’s National Water Conservation Effort
Ewing announced that it supports WaterSense, the new water efficiency program launched by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) at the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Annual Conference and Exposition held in San Antonio, Texas.
“We view the EPA’s WaterSense program as an excellent opportunity to promote the importance of the distributor’s role in providing training opportunities to irrigation professionals,” said Douglas York, president of Ewing Irrigation Products. “Ewing’s longstanding commitment to the development and implementation of educational programs pertaining to water management products, trends, and legislation will persist, and we will continue to serve as the leading conduit for green industry water conservation initiatives.”
The EPA’s WaterSense program seeks to raise the consumer and business awareness of water efficient products. The WaterSense label, similar to the highly successful Energy Star program, will be used to identify products and services which save at least twenty percent over less efficient counterparts.
“This announcement is the next step in making water conservation a reality,” said Warren Gorowitz, Ewing Irrigation’s national water management product sales manager. “The EPA’s recognition of the need to develop water-efficient products and practices will go a long way to further increase the professionalism in our industry.”
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