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Bathroom manufacturers across the globe are aiding governments in their quest to reduce water consumption by producing new, exciting, innovative and technologically advanced bathroom products that deliver the bathing experience which consumers can enjoy.
The Scheme provides easy access to a database of bathroom products when installed and used correctly will use less water, save energy and save money.