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WaterSense Adds Up to Big Energy Savings – new Landmark behavior change case study posted on Tools of Change

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Jay Kassirer is a web publisher with 25 years of experience applying community-based social marketing (cbsm) to energy conservation behaviors. He has contributed to the development of enduring...

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“WaterSense Adds Up to Big Water and Energy Savings” has been designated a Landmark behavior change case study and added to the collection of over 200 behavior change case studies available at www.toolsofchange.com. Tools of Change Landmark case studies are peer-selected to recognize behavior change programs and approaches that are among the most successful, innovative, replicable and adaptable in the world. For information on our case study nomination process go to www.toolsofchange.com/en/landmark/. The next deadline for nominating programs is June 6, 2022. 

WaterSense, a partnership program sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), seeks to protect the future of the nation’s water supply by offering Americans a simple way to use less water with water-efficient products, homes, and services, and has had a corresponding, significant energy demand management impact. WaterSense labeled products have been on the market since 2007. By 2020 the program had saved 5.3 trillion gallons of water and 603 billion kWh of electricity. https://toolsofchange.com/en/case-studies/detail/747

 

 

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