Showering is one of the leading ways we use water in the home, accounting for about 30 gallons per household per day. WaterSense®, a partnership program sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), helps consumers identify high-performance showerheads that reduce water and energy use in the home. The average household could save more than 2,300 gallons per year by installing WaterSense labeled showerheads, which have been independently tested and certified to use 20% less water and perform as well or better than standard showerheads. Since these water savings will reduce demands on water heaters, households will also save energy. In fact, a household could save 300 kilowatt hours of electricity annually, enough to power its television use for about a year. For more information or a list of WaterSense labeled showerheads, visit epa.gov/watersense/.