Include Water Conservation In Your Summer Plans

 
Are you thinking about your water usage this summer?

Did you know only three percent of the Earth’s water is drinkable? For GROHE, the conscious use of energy and resources is not just a challenge but also a great pleasure. That’s why we channel all of our inventive spirit into masterminding sustainable systems and technology, such as GROHE EcoJoy, which helps save up to 68 percent of water.

This summer, we encourage you to save water resources. Do you have interesting ways to save water? Reply to this email with your ideas, and you may be featured in our next newsletter!

GROHE Sustainability

 
GROHE Foot Control Drives Your Imagination

In a world of possibilities, all you have to do is take the first step to achieve the unimaginable. At GROHE we are always working towards solutions to preserve as much water as possible, exemplified in our Foot Control technology. With GROHE Foot Control, there is no longer a need to leave the water running when your hands are full – just tap your foot to turn the faucet on and off.

Take a look at our Foot Control video to be inspired. 

SmartControl Perks

As you’ve probably heard, GROHE SmartControl personalizes your shower by adjusting and saving your preferred shower settings. Did you know, SmartControl also has TurboStat technology, which ensures that the chosen temperature is reached and maintained within fractions of a second? It also comes with a SafeStop button, which prevents the water temperature from heating up to more than 100 degrees. Plus, GROHE CoolTouch keeps the outer surface at a temperature that is safe to touch. All you have to do is PUSH, TURN, SHOWER.

SmartControl

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