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Kohler Co. announced all of its residential bathroom and kitchen faucets have been converted for compliance with California legislation AB1953 and Vermont’s bill number S.015 in regard to lead content in faucets that are used for drinking water.
“Kohler is committed to a proactive approach when it comes to legislation that changes the plumbing industry, and this conversion was no exception,” said Rick Reles, vice president of global faucets at Kohler Co.
To ensure compliance, each residential faucet is certified by an independent third party organization, NSF International. A 1/2-inch silver decal on each faucet box ensures customers that their faucet has been inspected and meets the new low-lead requirements.