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Convert to a low-flow toilet

Convert to a low-flow toilet

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It's time to put a lid on wasteful toilets. During your next bathroom break, consider that you can save a staggering 3,541 gallons of water each year by converting your old toilet to a low-flow toilet. Toilets are the largest user of water in a typical home, accounting for nearly a quarter of all water usage. What's worse is that older toilets consume between 3.5 to 7 gallons per flush (gpf) while modern toilets use 1.6 gpf maximum - more than 75% less than the most inefficient toilets still in use. Conserve a precious resource and lower your water bill with this high-impact, one-time investment. In some areas, you'll also reduce your wastewater charges, too. Slow your flow today.

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