Water-efficient toilets could save 170 billion gallons yearly
It might be time to upgrade to water-efficient toilets, especially if you live in a state notorious for droughts. A study from the Alliance for Water Efficiency and Plumbing Manufacturers International, show that water-efficient toilets have the potential to save up to 170 billion gallons per year. The study, Saturation Study of Non-Efficient Water Closets in Key States, explains that states suffering from extreme water shortages have the ability to achieve water savings if nonefficient toilets in residential properties are replaced with water-efficient ones.
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