Mira electric showers are officially confirmed as water efficient

Many of Mira’s instantaneous electric showers are accredited with the BMA Water Efficiency Labelling Scheme. The scheme, introduced by the Bathroom Manufacturers’ Association, is designed to help the consumer easily identify water-efficient products that, when installed and used correctly, use less water than other products on the market. Eligible products use not more than 13 l/min at a single showering position with water pressures up to 5 bar. Douglas Brohn, marketing director for Mira Showers, says, ‘Kohler Mira places a high level of commitment to developing products that are sympathetic to the environment and is very proud to be one of the first three shower manufacturers registered with this scheme.’
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