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Water Conservation

For more than 140 years, Watts has developed products, components, and systems that conserve water, reduce waste, and exceed conservation requirements. End users, architects, and engineers choose Watts for our ability to meet the design challenges of a water-scarce world.

Water Pressure Reducing Valves

Watts Water Pressure Reducing Valves are a primary water conservation control. They save water and energy by regulating incoming water pressure in buildings and homes.

Hot Water Recirculating System

Provides instant hot water at every faucet or shower in the home, avoiding the need to run water until it’s hot, saving an average of 12,000 gallons per household, per year, and up to 10% on water bills.

OneFlow Anti-Scale Systems

Treat scale build up in commercial and residential systems without the need for a regeneration cycle like with typical water softeners.

HygienicPro Stainless Steel Drains

Designed for industries and markets where sanitary conditions are critical. Their unique construction cleans drains faster and better, significantly reducing wasted water and improving safety conditions.


Watts focuses on bringing clean water to the world’s most disadvantaged communities through the installation of various community-based water initiatives.


Watts volunteers, in partnership with Planet Water, built a water tower at Pantay Elementary School in Pantay Matanda, Philippines, on March 22– World Water Day. The tower enables more than 1,000 people to access clean drinking water.


Watts sponsored the installation of a water tower at the Institución Educativa La Inmaculada School as part of Planet Water’s “Project 24.” Project 24 included 24 organizations, each sponsoring their own AquaTower filtration system on World Water Day across 24 communities in five countries: Cambodia, Colombia, India, Indonesia, and the Philippines.


Watts sponsored the digging of a well in Niger, West Africa, the poorest country in the world. Our donation supports the work of Wells Bring Hope, a non-profit organization bringing safe water to rural villages. The well is in Kobon Doumba, Niger, a community of 500 people who are now experiencing clean drinking water for the first time. This means that women and girls no longer have to walk for hours every day to fetch water.


With our expertise in water technologies, our goal is to continually improve the comfort, safety, and quality of life for people around the world.

We do this through:

  1. Employee health and safety
  2. Employee engagement
  3. Improving environmental management at Watts’ sites
  4. Providing access to clean, safe water globally
  5. Community engagement