Water-Saving Innovations

Our commitment to innovate, engineer and design for water of tomorrow.

Nebia by Moen showerhead

Moen is helping consumers conserve Earth’s most precious resource, while improving how they experience it. Moen is innovating, engineering and designing for water of tomorrow.
 
Launched on Earth Day 2020, Mission Moen is a commitment to save 1 trillion gallons of water by 2030. That’s equivalent to the amount of water New York City uses in three years. Leading the way to realizing this goal are Moen’s innovative water-saving products, including:  

  • Flo by Moen Smart Water Security System, a whole-house water leak prevention and detection system, which gives homeowners the power to monitor, control and conserve water in the home via their smartphone to help prevent water damage and waste. The Flo by Moen suite of products includes the Flo by Moen Smart Water Shutoff, Smart Water Detector and Smart Sump Pump Monitor. A Lexis Nexis study showed that one year following installation of the Flo by Moen Smart Water Shutoff, homes saw a 96% decrease in paid water leak claims compared to two years prior to installation, while control group home claims increased 10% during the same period. Learn more.
  • Nebia by Moen, a spa-like shower that uses about half the water compared to a conventional shower, while still providing a relaxing and effective shower experience. Learn more.
  • U by Moen Smart Faucet, which flows on command, and controls water’s precise amount and temperature to better manage water use and help minimize waste. Learn more.
  • U by Moen Smart Shower, which enables users to start the shower and then pause and hold the flow of water, so no water is wasted waiting for their shower to reach the optimal temperature. It also offers timers for the length of the shower, which can help control water usage for the entire family. Learn more. 

In 2021, Mission Moen is adding a target to recover and repurpose 2,000 tons of ocean plastics, or what amounts to 72 million plastic water bottles. This work is already in progress, and new products are being designed to use even more recycled plastics.