Briggs Introduces Full Line: Of Water-Saving Toilets And Designer Vessels

July 2008
Supply House Times;Jul2008, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p100
Trade Publication
The article presents the innovative designs and manufacturing processes of Briggs Industries Inc. in the U.S. It states that the company has introduced a trio of high-efficiency toilet vessels designed significantly to reduce water consumption. With a partnership in WaterSense program of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the company gained EPA certification.


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