Plumbing Efficiency

Today’s product manufacturers are placing special attention to creating water and energy saving products.

Contact David Sousa Plumbing and Heating Co. to discuss incorporating low water consumption toilets, shower heads, and faucets, low water consumption and waterless urinals, and solar flush valves to power them.  Also available are 30 year batteries to operate electronic faucets.

The WaterSense™ label helps to identify water saving products that perform. The Environmental Protection Agency’s partnership program, WaterSense promotes water-efficient products, programs, and practices throughout the United States.

Products with the WaterSense label not only offer substantial water savings but also meet strict performance standards

Kohler was recognized as both the 2009 and 2008 WaterSense Manufacturing Partner of the Year, awarded for its commitment to advancing the WaterSense mission. For this reason David Sousa Plumbing and Heating Co. confidently offers Kohler products in our green plumbing projects.

Contact David Sousa Plumbing and Heating Co., LLC with questions about incorporating Green efficiency into your next Plumbing project.


Waterless UrinalsHandicapped Height urinal to the far left

Steward Waterless urinals provide significant value to the customer by reducing water, sewage and maintenance costs.

Waterless urinals can save 40,000 gallons of water per fixture per year, based upon a typical commercial installation.

Further, this product has redefined the paradigm for urinal design and functionality by offering a virtually splash-free surface along with odorless, easy-to-maintain performance.

Highline® Comfort Height®

elongated 1.0 gpf toilet

Highline Pressure Lite 1.0 gpf toilets are perfect for those customers aggressively seeking the benefits of water conservation, this new toilet qualifies for water rebate programs and contributes to LEED credits. An optimized 1.0-gallon flush setting reduces water consumption by more than 30% over 1.6-gallon toilets, offering a water savings of more than 5,000 gallons of water per toilet, per year.