Turns out we all need to be potty trained! We are flushing our most valuable resource down the drain and a lot of associated energy and money along with it.
The average household can save nearly 3000 gallons a year simply by cutting back on the amount of water our toilets use. One effective option is to install a new low-flow or dual flush toilet. The low-tech route works great too – put a bottle filled partly with sand and water in your toilet’s tank. Or use a “brick” from Project: Drop a Brick. They are made of natural rubber with a hydro-gel core that will fit any shape tank and increase the acceleration of water giving a robust flush along with great water savings.