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Water Label


The European Water Label, a voluntary
cost-efficient and flexible labelling scheme
for the reduction of water consumption
in sanitary tapware.



For more information on the scheme from CEIR click here.
If available, you can get more information on your country's inclusion
in the scheme by clicking on your country's flag.
CEIR – Diamant Building Boulevard Auguste Reyers 80 B-1030 Brussels