GROHE can help clients navigate the complicated system of green
building rating systems. We have a worldwide network of 1100
Project Directors and consultants in 130 countries, including every
major design capital, so there is an expert on hand wherever the
project is located.
In addition, our range of faucets and fittings meets the toughest
international regulations – the use of our innovative EcoJoy™
products even attracts tax incentives in some countries. With our
expertise we can recommend the best way to achieve compliance while
maximizing the enjoyment of water in the bathroom. Performance is
never compromised – our products always unite water-efficiency and
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
The objective is to achieve aggregate water savings in commercial
buildings of 20 to 30 per cent compared to the baseline level
outlined in the Energy Policy Act 1992. The rating: Certified,
Silver, Gold and Platinum.
Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment
To determine the water consumption figure,
flush volumes and flow rates of all sanitary fittings are entered
into the BREEAM water calculator tool. The rating: Pass, Good, Very
Good, Excellent or Outstanding.
Estidama - Sustainability
means ‘sustainability’ in Arabic, is based on four pillars:
environmental, economic, cultural and social. The Pearl Rating
System is used to assess the sustainability of a project’s design,
construction and operation. The rating: One to Five Pearls.
DGNB - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltiges Bauen
(German: German Sustainable Building
Launched in 2009, the DGNB system of
certification is based on EU targets, standards, and regulations.
Six fields are assessed: Ecology, Economics, Socio-cultural and
Functional aspects, Technology, Processes, and Site. The rating:
Bronze, Silver or Gold certificates.
The installation of GROHE products
will immediately help save water. GROHE EcoJoy™ single-lever basin
mixers, which have a flow-limiting mousseur with aerator and an
adjustable temperature limiter, have earned an A-Rating under the
Water Efficiency Label (WELL) classification that assesses volume