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  • #31
    Re: water saver toilets

    I think we're missing the big picture with the change from 5 gal to 1.6. There's 303,557,934 people in the US. Let's say for round numbers that 250,000,000 use a toilet. Those people use the bathroom 3 times a day. With the 5 gal toilet 1,250,000,000 (with a B) get used per day flushing the toilet. With the same number of people using the 1.6 gal toilet, only 400,000,000 (with a M) gals. are used per day. See the difference?
    Buy cheap, buy twice.

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    • #32
      Re: water saver toilets

      I am amazed at how much water we waste.

      I never really cared, but as I am growing older, I have found myself turning the water off when I brush my teeth and conserving as much as I can with shorter showers etc.

      We have to think of our children and their families, of course by then, there might be a way to make the salt water potable.
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      Robert

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      • #33
        Re: water saver toilets

        ROWPU- reverse osmosis purification unit.

        I work on the 3000gal/hour model. You can make nuclear contaminated water potable. We even purified piss to see if we could drink it(we were bored).
        Buy cheap, buy twice.

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