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Tuesday, August 31, 2004

IDFuel, the Industrial Design Weblog

IDFuel, the Industrial Design Weblog: "Most toilets nowadays are fairly low flow, some as low as 1/2 gallon per flush. A few incorporate a 'foam flush' system, which uses a soap-infused bubbly slurry to wash away waste with as little as 3 ounces of water. But these toilets can be difficult to maintain, and may not be convenient for a consumer's home use. A system which used greywater for the flush would essentially be getting that water for free, since it had already been used once."


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