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- GROHE, the world's leading supplier of sanitary fittings, has published its second sustainability report, providing information on the economic, environmental and social impact of its business operations in 2015/2016
- GROHE Blue provides sparkling, medium sparkling and still water that is filtered and chilled directly from the kitchen tap. Based on the EU average, this can help a family of four save 600 plastic bottles a year. In addition, a study conducted by the German University of Göttingen showed that the system saves more than 60 percent of CO2 emissions compared to bottled water.
- The GROHE Sense and GROHE Sense Guard water security system is a digital solution designed to reveal undetected leaks – which cause 10 percent of private water consumption – and to shut off the water supply immediately in the event of a burst pipe.
- GROHE EcoJoy faucets reduce water consumption thanks to flow restrictors from ten litres per minute to just over five litres. Thus, a family of four can save more than 30,000 litres of water per year and reduces CO2 emissions by more than 180 kilograms.
- The GROHE Sensia Arena shower toilet cleans with water and saves toilet paper. This paper consumption is approximately 15 kilograms per person per year.
- With SilkMove ES, the starting point of the lever at the middle only allows the inflow of cold water and prevents unnecessary hot water consumption. This ensures to save energy.
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GROHE was able to increase its energy efficiency to over 14 percent in the same amount of time, the target being almost 9 percent
GROHE’s sustainability performance is above target. Sustainability is an integral part of GROHE's strategy which focuses on efficient growth and includes the entire value chain, partners, customers, suppliers and employees. Mission, values, strategy and organisation – the world's leading supplier of sanitary fittings has now published all relevant information on…