Hottest Green Products: Water Saving Caroma Toilet

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Doesn’t it seem like a complete waste to refill your toilet with clean water every day? Of course it does. It’s common for 25% of a household’s water usage to come from refilling the bowl, and that adds up to a ridiculous amount of water wasted every day.Water Saving Caroma Toilet

Doesn’t it seem like a complete waste to refill your toilet with clean water every day? Of course it does. It’s common for 25% of a household’s water usage to come from refilling the bowl, and that adds up to a ridiculous amount of water wasted every day. Greywater systems, although a superb idea, are expensive and hard to install in old homes. But a new idea from the makers of the Caroma toilet might just help cut down on the wasted water per flush. With a faucet on the back of the toilet, you can wash your hands with the water that will eventually fill your bowl. Sure, it doesn’t completely cut down on the water that’s going down the drain, but it cuts back on having to use the taps after every use. For more information about checking out one of these cool green toilets, or other waterless bathroom options, visit Caroma’s official site.

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