Meet Professor Toilet!

Wouldn’t it be nice to have your plumbing expert on speed dial for those quick questions and advice? Well, GEF has found your guy! Meet Professor Toilet. He’s the American Standard in-house expert on plumbing products. Recently, Victoria Waters, GEF’s CEO, discovered she could be saving a lot of water by switching to a water efficient showerhead thanks to an audit her daughter, Nicole, was doing for school. Luckily, we caught it all on tape. Watch to see how easy it is to switch out your old showerhead and start saving water:

You can find more great tips and ideas from Professor Toilet on his blog. Check it out! Interested in doing your own at home water audit? GEF has a few free water-related audits for you to choose from in the Sustainable Water Challenge. They make a great classroom or family activity. Plus, by doing one audit you can be entered into the Water Audit Raffle!

Don’t forget to visit GEF’s website today to sign up for free for the Sustainable Water Challenge! You’ll find plenty of free resources, activities, recommended reading and water conservation tips to help make your National Green Week efforts a success! National Green Week kicks off February 4-8 so there’s plenty of time to select your lessons and join the largest K-12 sustainability education campaign in history!

About Green Education Foundation (GEF)

Mission Green Education Foundation (GEF), a non-profit organization, is committed to creating a sustainable future through education. Sustainability Education provides educators with the real-world applied learning models that connect science, technology, and math education with the broader human concerns of environmental, economic, and social systems. GEF provides curriculum and resources to K-12 students and teachers worldwide with the goal of challenging youth to think holistically and critically about global environmental concerns and solutions. Visit to register for free and to gain full access to GEF’s comprehensive library of standards-based lessons and activities.
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