The EcoVéa is also equipped with an electronic pad that eliminates the need for manual faucets. Users can set and store their desired temperature and water flow, and also record water savings provided by the system.
According to Reveeco's site, around 95 liters of water are used in a typical 10-minute shower. With the EcoVéa, this consumption can be reduced to 32 liters — a 66% savings over conventional showerheads. With reduced hot water usage comes reduced energy consumption, and the EcoVéa claims up to an 80% savings in energy. The EcoVéa base is available in a variety of finishes to match existing bathroom decor. It is expected to retail for around $3,000. Click here to learn more at the EcoVéa site. Via Jetson Green Related Posts: • Waterpebble: Helps Reduce Water Usage in the Shower • Rami Tareef's Green Shower Concept Will Save Water • Visualize Your Water Consumption in the Shower Re-edited from a post originally published 10.18.2011 (Images: Reveeco)