Induction faucet; Sanitary ware, and parts thereof, of iron or steel (excl. cans, boxes and similar containers of heading 7310, small wall cabinets for medical supplies or toiletries and other furniture of chapter 94, and fittings) (HS 7324)
Proposal for Amendments to the Mandatory Requirements of Water Efficiency Labeling Products for Water Use Equipment, Sanitary Ware or Other Equipment (3 page(s), in English; 4 page(s), in Chinese)
In order to encourage the public to save water easily, the Water Resource Agency proposes to include induction faucets in the product scope to which a Water Efficiency Label shall be affixed.
When juristic persons, groups and individuals intend to place water equipment, sanitary ware or other equipment designated by the central authority-in-charge on domestic market, a Water Efficiency Label shall be affixed to such equipment or ware as stated in Paragraph 1, Article 95-1 of the Water Supply Act. According to the provisions of Paragraph 3 of the same Article, the type, scope and effective date of the water equipment, sanitary ware or other equipment to be affixed with a Water Efficiency Label pursuant to Paragraph 1 shall be announced by the central authority-in-charge. Currently, products that require bearing the Water Efficiency Label include washing machines, single flushing water closets, dual flushing water closets and flush urinals.
To further promote the use of water-saving equipment and facilitate water saving, amendment to the scope of products to carry the Water Efficiency Label is proposed to add induction faucets considering that induction faucets has been widely used in public places.