Sprinkler and Smart Irrigation Technology Testing Lab
The Sprinkler and Smart Irrigation Technology Testing Lab evaluates irrigation components for their WaterSense product labeling program.
Extension Program Specialist
333 Spence St.
College Station, TX 77843
Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The Sprinkler and Smart Irrigation Technology Testing Lab is nationally certified by the International Code Council (ICC Evaluation Services) and is approved by the USEPA for testing of irrigation components for their WaterSense product labeling program. The goal of the water sense program is to prevent water waste and to promote water savings by the labeling of approved devices through testing using approved methodology. Manufacturers submit their products for testing and pay a fee for the service.
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