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The WaterSense program, run by the Environmental Protection Agency, will hold public meetings to discuss proposed changes to the WaterSense Product Certification System, which controls the certification process to ensure that WaterSense-labeled products are in accordance with EPA regulations. These program revisions, according to the EPA, will aim for growth of the WaterSense program, and to make better use of the program’s resources.
The meetings will be held on July 13 and July 19 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. EST. Those wishing to attend the meeting must register on the WaterSense website. The EPA will also accept written comments on the revised draft through July 25.