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  • Denver utility managers push for state to outlaw some toilets

    They've asked lawmakers to consider setting a statewide toilet standard of 1.28 gallons per flush.


    Classic porcelain toilets salvaged from construction projects can be sold for up to $250. Moreover, Denver's sewerage system apparently was designed for a higher volume of water compared with what low-flow fixtures produce, Sanders said.
    "What happens is, the solids get left behind in the sewers," he said. "If it's not broken, don't fix it."

    Denver utility managers push for state to outlaw some toilets - The Denver Post
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    Re: Denver utility managers push for state to outlaw some toilets

    Typical tree hugging bull crap!

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      Re: Denver utility managers push for state to outlaw some toilets

      I've got a 1.28 gallon flush toilet, and I have zero complaints with it, Granted I have just about the perfect setup for a low flow toilet, 40 foot run from the toilet to the city with no bends other than the closet 90.
      No, it's not rocket science, it's plumbing and unlike rocket science it requires a license.

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