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Delta Faucets Awarded for Being Green

December 08, 2010

The Delta Addison pull-down kitchen faucet (pictured) and the Addison showerhead each received a 2010 Green Product Award from Building Products magazine. The Green Product Awards recognize "the best new eco-friendly products for the home."

"Our goal is to develop smart, meaningful innovations that not only help save water, but also enhance the user experience," said Bob Rodenbeck, director of research and development at Delta. "Water-efficiency and sustainable building are more important than ever, and we are proud to have our efforts recognized by Building Products magazine."

The Green Products Awards recipients were selected for their green and sustainable attributes, including energy efficiency, resource efficiency and health or comfort. Products were also evaluated on innovation and overall value to residential construction professionals employing green building practices.

"The winners of the annual Green Product Awards stand out from the pack by not only contributing to an environmentally friendly, durable or healthy home, but also by boasting innovative features, eye-catching aesthetics or other valuable benefits to the contractor and the consumer," said Jean Dimeo, editorial director for Building Products magazine and its website, ebuild.com.

The Addison kitchen faucet was recognized for its Multi-Flow pull-down wand, which helps homeowners save water in the kitchen, while the WaterSense-labeled Addison 6-in. showerhead uses 20 percent less water than standard showerheads.

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