Introducing the WaterSense label

Rain Bird's ESP-SMT smart water controller, used for landscaping, recently became the first irrigation controller to earn the EPA WaterSense label. WaterSense is a partnership program organized by the U.S. EPA to indicate that the product has been independently tested to be at least 20% more efficie...

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