Think about your water usage for a moment.

In the last two billion years, the amount of water on Earth has not changed. Yet in the last century, water usage has increased at twice the rate of the world population.

In the United States alone, over 6.8 billion gallons of water is flushed down the toilet every day.

More than half our states anticipate a shortage of fresh water by the year 2020.

So what can we do now? That’s what many of today’s plumbing companies are asking. How can we help consumers reduce the amount of water they are using every day, and begin to take the concept of being green to another level.

One answer is joining organizations like GreenPlumbersUSA. With specialized training, a plumber can become specialized in the tools necessary to go green. Each training program offers the resources necessary to learn more about products and services available on the market today, and the skills and knowledge to put the information to work throughout our communities.

Find a GreenPlumber in your neighborhood.


Quality 1st Plumbing Repair is proud to be a member of the GreenPlumberUSA community. If you’re ready to go green in your own household, we’re happy to share tips and ideas with you.

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Quality 1st Plumbing Repair is a full-service plumbing contractor serving Metro Denver.  We are licensed and insured, and our technicians are professionally trained in the repair and installation of all plumbing systems and fixtures. We are Colorado’s FIRST Licensed and Accredited GreenPlumbers! Visit our website


One Response to “The Future of Plumbing is Green”

  1. Mark on December 11th, 2008 4:31 am

    Great post. Even here in New Zealand we have noticed that plumbing is definitely going green.

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