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... pipe to the cystern instead, and gravity feed is all that is required to flush the loo for more than six months of each year. No special valves are needed to protect the city's water from contaminated ...
... world, one such example is the Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards Scheme (WELS) used in Australia. Use dishwashers only when they are fully loaded and on the economy cycle. Replace single flush ...
... but still worth the investment; Replace any older style single flush toilets with a dual flush cistern. In many places kits can be purchased to convert the older style single flush toilets into dual flush. ...
... from showers and bathtubs can be used for flushing toilets in most European and Australian jurisdictions, and in US jurisdictrions adopting the International Plumbing Code. A commercial example would be ...
... greywater of this kind is never clean enough to drink, but a number of stages of filtration and microbial digestion can be used to provide water for washing or flushing toilets; relatively clean greywater ...
... be used for subsurface irrigation, or if treated, for non-potable purposes, e.g., to flush toilets and wash cars. Rainwater collectors are used for similar purposes. Centralized wastewater treatment systems ...
... unit" ones flush waste to a remote composting unit below the toilet. Vacuum-flush systems can flush horizontally or upward. Some composting toilets have a large compartment below the toilet (in another ...
A low flush or low flow toilet is a flush toilet that uses significantly less water then a normal flush toilet, using as little as 1.6 gallons per flush as opposed to 7 gallons. They came into use in the ...
Water-saving technology for the home includes: Low-flow shower heads (sometimes called energy-efficient shower heads as they also use less energy, due to less water being heated). Low-flush toilets, composting ...
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