New Toilets More Water-Conserving
Two decades ago, it took a whole lot of water to flush a toilet — 3.5 liters of it to be exact. Imagine how much water and money, literally and figuratively, was flushed down toilet on water consumption. Fortunately, those water-wasting days are over and now homeowners can rest easy (assuming they don’t have 20-year-old plumbing systems) knowing that toilets are now more cost-effective than ever.
“The highest efficiency system can get the job done on .8 gallons per flush. Most new commercial toilets will expend an average of 1.2 gallons per flush”, says Rick Bidwell, vice president of RJ Vann plumbing in Fort Myers. This results in huge saving both in water and energy.
The great thing is you don’t have to spend a fortune for this bathroom cornerstone, there are numerous efficient and reasonably priced toilets in the market nowadays.
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