How green are waterless urinals?
Like composting toilets, cutting water out of the flushing equation make it a much greener process than conventional toilets. It probably isn’t quite as green as peeing on your tomato plants, but using waterless urinals is a lot more convenient. More about waterless urinals No Splash, No Flush Urinals from Kohler Small Business Owners: Relieve Water Shortages With Waterless Urinals Case Study for Flushless Urinals Low-Flow Shower Heads The long, hot shower can range from undeniable luxury to guilty pleasure, but no matter how you feel about it, there’s no denying that your shower or tub sees many, many of gallons go down the drain; your shower can be one of the biggest water hogs in your home. While many shower heads are labeled “low-flow,” they can still crank out 2.5 gallons of water per minute (GPM). That may not sound like a lot, but it adds up to 25 gallons for a 10-minute shower, versus 10 gallons or less for a shower of the same length with a bona-fide low-flow showerhead. Just
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