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Grid Down Water Usage Solutions

When it comes to grid down, one of the things you need to consider is your water supply.  Monitoring your water is crucial at a time like this. There are many uses for this precious commodity you will need to consider. There is drinking and  cooking but most nobody ever thinks of bathing and use of a toilet. But, we have your solution! Some areas and states also have water usage regulations due to weather and climate changes. Water sources dry up causing water restrictions. These two products will become…

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Average American Wastes How Much Water?

You know that moment well: You’ve turned on the shower, the water is running, but there’s no way you’re getting into it quite yet. The water is freezing! So, you start your routine, whatever it is — making a cup of coffee, answering a few emails, folding the laundry, etc. By the time you finish, you check the water and it’s finally hot, but it’s has been running for some time. Have you ever stopped to think just how much water you have wasted in a single day or how…

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Water Conservation: Shower & Toilet

Water conservation is on the rise like never before. We are using up our supply off freshwater!  1994 was the year that federally mandated low-flow showerheads, faucets, and toilets started to appear on the scene in significant numbers. How can you conform to the standards and help increase energy efficiency in your home? By using our POTTYMISER for your toilet and our SHOWERWIZARD for your tub shower head. These regulate the water consumption very easily and with just a push of the button!  How can you conform to the standards and help…

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Save Money: SHOWERWIZARD’s 7 Minute Shower

Everybody wants to save money.  There are many ways to do so but you can start to save money at home right now with the SHOWERWIZARD! Did you know the average shower in America is 8 minutes long? The EPA estimates that the standard shower heads use 2.5 gallons of water per minute. That’s 20 gallons of water for the average shower! Try shaving just one or two  minutes off your shower to help reduce your water footprint. Delivering, treating, and heating the hot water for your shower is also extremely energy…

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