Klean Kanteen's stainless steel bottles
Countless plastic bottles end up in landfills each year. Help reduce the waste by hydrating with one of these ultra-high-quality reusable bottles constructed from toxin-free materials.
$15 - 33
Pacific Interlock Pavingstone's Hydro-Flo pavers
Surfaces designed with 100-percent permeable paving stones allow rainwater, which would otherwise flow down storm drains, to return to underground aquifers.
Dr. Bronner's eco-friendly soaps
Keep chemicals out of the water supply by using these all-natural soaps, cleaners, and detergents made from biodegradable ingredients.
$3 - 53
Save Our H2O's shower timer
This helpful and affordable tool will encourage you to conserve water by managing the duration of your showers.
RainXchange's rain barrel
Harvesting valuable rainfall from your roof is an easy way to create a secondary water source for irrigation while lowering your water bill.
American Standard's FloWise 1.5 gpm low-flow showerhead
This 1.5 gallons-per-minute showerhead offers sleek design and great performance, and it will reduce your water consumption by 30 percent.
Melnor's seven-pattern AquaGun
Don't let water go to waste with this multi-purpose nozzle featuring an ergonomic rubber grip and heavy-duty metal construction.
Niagara Conservation's low-flow faucet aerators
The single most effective way to conserve water in your home is by installing faucet aerators. It cuts consumption by 50 percent and the modification is easy.
Rainbird's ESP-SMT Smart Modular Controller
Save time, money, and water with this affordable and easy-to-program residential smart irrigation controller.
Bosch's Nexxt 300 Series washer
Conventional clothes washers use about 40 gallons of water per load. Make the eco-friendly transition to this Energy Star-qualified, front-load washer and cut that amount in half.