Please note: As of December 16, 2015 some of the efficiency requirements have changed. The information below has been updated to reflect the changes.
All plumbing installed, replaced or moved in any new or existing service shall be high-efficiency fixtures and shall meet the following minimum requirements:
Pressure regulating valve: Installed and maintained by the consumer if static service pressure exceeds 80 pounds per square inch (psi), and be set at a maximum operating pressure of 60 psi at the regulator outlet.
High Efficiency Clothes Washers: Residential or commercial clothes washers that meet the current highest water efficiency standards as defined by the district.
High Efficiency Lavatory Faucet: The maximum flow rate shall not exceed 1.0 gallons per minute (gpm), at a pressure of 60 psi at the inlet, when water is flowing.
High Efficiency Showerhead: The manufacturer shall specify a maximum flow rate equal to or less than 2 gpm, at a pressure of 60 psi at the inlet, when water is flowing.
High Efficiency Toilet: Any WaterSense listed toilet rated at an effective flush volume of no greater than 1.28 gallons.
High Efficiency Urinal: The average water consumption shall not exceed 0.25 gpf.
Pool Covers: Pool covers are required for all new outdoor swimming pools.