Thursday, July 2, 2009

How to Save Money on Your Water Bills

Okay, we're all about the environment today, at least we SHOULD be, don't you want it to be nice for your kids,.. they say that a single toilet, now this is what I read at one at the gas station, which probably sees a bit more action than your toilet at home,.. but that one, made energy efficient, could save as much as 40,000 gallons of fresh water per year,.. in that vein, let me introduce you to dual flush toilets, convert your toilet now with the dual flush conversion kit, and save yourself money and help the planet by saving our fresh water supply,..

SelectAFlush is a dual flush toilet conversion kit, that can convert your standard toilet to this water saving device, help our future generations, and the myriad of folks around the country who are actually on water rations, as we speak,.. check this site for more tips on how to save our most precious resource,.. how to save water, and save yourself some money in the process, with the economy the way it is, saving money is a concern for everyone, so visit water savings
and see what you can do, I'm doing my part.


Anonymous said...

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SquirrelQueen said...

That's an interesting concept and I can see how it would save water but I'm wondering how well it would actually work. Have you installed this at your house and tried it?
It would seem that since we almost automatically flush downward it would be hard to get everyone to use the rinse side. Just wondering.

Anonymous said...

A regular toilet is not designed to flush paper and solid waste with reduced amounts of water, so the likelihood of clogging or having to flush twice after installing a dual flush conversion kit increases. Standard US toilets clear the bowl with siphon technology, so the diameter of the trap way has to be a small as possible If you are serious about saving water, want a toilet that really works and is affordable, I highly recommend a Caroma Dual Flush toilet. Caroma toilets offer a patented dual flush technology consisting of a 0.8 Gal flush for liquid waste and a 1.6 Gal flush for solids. Caroma, an Australian company set the standard by giving the world its first successful two button dual flush system in the nineteen eighties and has since perfected the technology. Also, with a full 3.5” trap way, these toilets virtually never clog. All of Caroma’s toilets are on the list of WaterSense labeled High Efficiency Toilets (HET’s) that qualify for several rebate programs currently available throughout the US as well as LEED points. Please go to for more detailed information or visit to see how we flush a potato with the half flush (0.8 gallons), meant for liquid waste. To learn more about toilets you can also visit my blog Best regards, Andrea Paulinelli

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