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The right kitchen faucet can have a strong impact on your water and energy savings.
Today, one-handle faucets are common, because their size and shape impact water use, but the latest faucet can be controlled by waving or touching. You don’t need to adjust the handle, so you don’t waste water by readjusting the temperature. Similarly, this provides a lot of savings, especially when washing dishes by hand.
Compared with efficient and convenient dishwashers, standard faucets require more water and energy when washing dishes by hand. However, the use of touch-faucet would be more efficient than dishwashers. Also, fewer germs are spread because the faucet is touched less often with dirty hands, and the attractive finish lasts longer.
You can control it by two way, one senses touch from your body (hand, forearm, elbow), the other is a hand-wave controls it.
Whichever faucet you have, never ignore a dripping one, since even a slow leak increases energy costs. After heating and cooling, heating water is the greatest energy user, but cold water also uses a lot of energy to purify, pump and treat.