To ensure compliance, each residential faucet is certified by an independent third party organization. The certification organization, NSF International, the public health and safety company, verifies all faucets meet the new requirements.
Kohler anticipates other states, and possibly Canada, may follow the actions of California and Vermont. That said, each and every residential faucet shipped from Kohler meets the new requirements, not just those sent to Vermont and California.
A 1/2-inch silver decal on each faucet box ensures customers that their faucet has been inspected and meets the new low-lead requirements. Shown here is the company’s lead compliant Karbon Colors kitchen faucet line. www.kohler.com