What are the standards for new high efficiency fixtures that I need to switch to?

USEPA WaterSense fixture; or any showerhead rated to use a maximum of 1.8 gallons of water per minute, any high efficiency toilet rated to use a maximum of 1.28 gallons of water per flush, and any urinal and associated flush valve rated to use a maximum of 0.125 gallons of water per flush. Pre-existing toilets that use not more than 1.6 gallons per flush shall be considered to meet the requirements of this code.

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1. Is this a State Law requirement?
2. When does the ordinance come into effect?
3. Does the Water Conservation Ordinance apply to my household?
4. What fixtures need to be retrofitted?
5. What are the standards for new high efficiency fixtures that I need to switch to?
6. Who is responsible for ensuring that the fixtures are retrofitted?
7. Who is a Qualified Plumbing Contractor?
8. Why do I need to retrofit my fixtures?
9. Where and when do I receive a Water Conservation Certification?
10. What if I live in a mobile home?
11. How do I find a licensed plumber?