High-Efficiency Toilets Reduce Waste and Conserve Water

High-Efficiency Toilets Reduce Waste and Conserve Water

In an average Seattle household, toilets are flushed an estimated 6 times a day accounting for around 30% of water use in the home. New technologies and toilet models labeled with WaterSense, which is partnered with the EPA, have been developed so that waste can be reduced and water can be conserved. By retrofitting your bathroom with these newer models, it is estimated that around 2 billion gallons could be conserved per day. This would account for almost 11 gallons per toilet in a household.

Roto-Rooter plumbers are experts at installing these new high-efficiency toilets (HET) and ultra-efficient toilets (UET) and can order any model you would prefer. Below are some facts on why a WaterSense labeled Ultra-Efficient Toilet is the right choice for your home in Seattle.

  • A WaterSense labeled UET flushes with just 1.28 gallons of water
  • Uses 20% less water than traditional high-efficiency 1.6 GPF toilets
  • A UET has as much flushing power as standard 1.6 GPF toilets, thanks to advanced toilet engineering and design.

New Dual-Flush Toilet

  • Uses two buttons or handles to flush two different amounts of water
  • A low-volume flush (usually .08 gallon) is selected for clearing liquids from the bowl
  • A full-power flush (1.6 gallons) is selected for removing solid waste from the bowl
  • Saves a family of four up to 15,000 gallons of water per year over an old 3.5 GPF toilet

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