With a little “water sense,” investing in more efficient plumbing and irrigation fixtures pays back in water, energy, and cost savings.  Learn how in our latest blog.

The Eco Options program is built on these five pillars of living green:

WaterSense® Label Leads to Water, Energy, and Cost Savings

The average American uses 100 gallons of water a day at home, and while those gallons add up, so do the dollars. A typical U.S. household spends $1,100 per year on water, but it can save $350 annually simply by installing water-efficient fixtures and appliances. What’s more, reducing water use doesn’t just pad your wallet—it protects the planet by saving the energy used to heat, treat, and deliver water. Getting started is simple: Look for the WaterSense label for performance and savings you can trust.  More…

Learn About The Home Depot’s Sustainability Efforts


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If you're going green, go to The Home Depot

At The Home Depot, we pride ourselves on being sustainability minded. We offer many different Eco Options, including WaterSense® and ENERGY STAR® labeled products, and wood harvested from sustainable forests. Whatever your home improvement project, we've got the organic solutions that can help make your home healthier and air cleaner; and products that can help you conserve water, be more energy efficient and save money. To contact The Home Depot's Environmental Sustainability group, email us at ecooptions_usa@homedepot.com.