Nebia and Moen collaboration “contributes to preserving the planet”

Moen and Silicon Valley-based startup, Nebia, have collaborated on a shower that “contributes to preserving the planet,” say the companies. “Moen is changing the game when it comes to helping consumers better understand and appreciate water. Whether it’s partnerships like Nebia, or the development of new technologies, we’re using innovation and artful design to transform how people interact with this resource – and this is just the beginning,” said Mark-Hans Richer, senior vice president, chief marketing and innovation officer, Fortune Brands Global Plumbing Group.

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“We are on a mission to build a more sustainable future, by building products that people love to use. Moen has long been a leader in our industry and together we can bring meaningful innovation and provide even greater impact for people around the world. Nebia customers have already saved an estimated 100+ million gallons of water, and are on our way to saving one billion gallons in the next two years,” said Philip Winter, Nebia co-Founder and CEO.

The Nebia Spa Shower 2.0 is a flexible bath feature that tilts backwards and forwards, shifting between an overhead spray and shoulder-to-shoulder coverage. It provides a comfortable experience for people of all heights by easily sliding up and down 25 inches. The Spa Shower 2.0 is available in a rust-proof aluminum in matte silver and matte black with a wand that can be hand held or docked on a dome-shaped magnet.

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