Most people are unaware of how much water toilets use every time it gets flushed.
The flushing of toilets is the last thing people seem to think about as a means of wasting water, and often can’t wrap their head around how to save water without having to flush their toilet regularly.
However, regarding the consumption of water, it is one thing that wastes a lot more water compared to other things used in your home.
Cutting water consumption in your household can seem like a somewhat waste, as you are just one home. Besides, why do you have to save water and use it sparingly when everyone around you is wasting water in their homes? Does it help to save water in a single household? Does this little fraction of saving water contribute to the sustainability of the earth and its number one precious resource?
Of course, it does. Even if your efforts may seem irrelevant, every little bit of water saved is helpful and kinder to the planet.
So, what does the design of toilets have to do with saving water? Well, sort of everything. It’s crazy to think that everything we have in our homes was designed by “smart” people, right?
However, yet the world’s households are filled with toilets that waste a lot of water. With the continuous persistence of technology, we can rectify this problem by simply changing the coating of your toilet. It is the first step you can take to save a lot of water. Changing the coating of your toilet is an idea that was brought to light by scientists.
This new type of coating could very well save up to 60% of the water used today for just the flushing of toilets. With up to 141 billion liters of water used to flush toilets all around the world annually, imagine what saving up to 60% of water with this new innovative idea could do to help the planet. It could be revolutionary.