Brondell Perfect Flush conserves water

by Ally

BrondellPerfectFlush

It’s not uncommon in some areas for people to be choosy about when they flush.  Well for those of us that are in areas where water hasn’t gotten quite so scarce, such a habit almost seems archaic and just plain gross.  It’s not that we don’t believe it’s necessary, but sometimes old habits are hard to kick.  Well instead of completely converting to flushing less often, you could give this gadget a try.  As far as water conservation goes, it’s kind of a happy medium.  It has two different choices as far as the type of flush you’d like to use.

You can either do a partial flush or a full flush.  Although it may not sound like much, it allows for you to reduce your toilet’s overall water use by anywhere from 30 to 50 percent.  That translates into about an average of $100 per year in water use.  Which means after one year you’ll have paid for the device itself.  The gadget alone costs $99, which isn’t too bad.  It’ll work with your existing toilet too, which means less work for you.

Source: GoodCleanTech

One review or comment

tom Says: April 5, 2010 at 7:52 am

except, I have 4 toilets, could it save $400?

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