From left to right, Veronica Blette, chief, WaterSense Branch, EPA Office of Water; David Malcolm, founder and owner of High Sierra Showerheads; and Ellen Gilinsky, senior policy advisor, EPA Office of Water at the WaterSmart Innovations Conference in Las Vegas on Oct. 6.
From left to right, Veronica Blette, chief, WaterSense Branch, EPA Office of Water; David Malcolm, founder and owner of High Sierra Showerheads; and Ellen Gilinsky, senior policy advisor, EPA Office of Water at the WaterSmart Innovations Conference in Las Vegas on Oct. 6.
From left to right, Veronica Blette, chief, WaterSense Branch, EPA Office of Water; David Malcolm, founder and owner of High Sierra Showerheads; and Ellen Gilinsky, senior policy advisor, EPA Office of Water at the WaterSmart Innovations Conference in Las Vegas on Oct. 6.

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