Triple Threat: Save Money, Water And The Environment

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If your home is like most in America, 27 percent of your water consumption comes from flushing it right down the toilet. And if that sounds like a money-sucking waste to you, it’s because it is. A huge one, which may make you say WHAT THE FLUSH? Luckily, there’s a solution. You can save up to 20,000 gallons of water a year—enough to fill an 18-foot by 40-foot inground swimming pool—and cut your water bills by up to 60 percent without having to change any of your bathroom behavior, just your toilet. Niagara Conservation created the Stealth Toilet, which uses less than one gallon of water per flush compared to the average toilet that uses 3.5 to five gallons per flush. Even homeowners who have installed so-called “high-efficiency” toilets can reduce water use by an additional 35 to 50 percent by switching to the Stealth Toilet. Plus, you may even get a rebate from the water supplier just for installing it. To find out if you’re eligible, visit www.epa.gov.

On top of that, the affordable price of $149, coupled with the amount of money saved each month on your water bill, means that the Stealth Toilet pays for itself. With all these benefits, your next step is a no-brainer. As Jenni Pulos of Bravo’s hit show “Flipping Out” explains, “As a California resident, I feel the gravity and importance of water conservation. That’s why I’m asking America to stop this invisible drain on our planet. With the Stealth Toilet, we can do our part to save water and money with every flush. So join the cause for water conservation.”

How It Works

A patented siphonic flush system uses vacuum-assisted technology to move air through an air transfer tube during each flush and refill, while strategically positioned rim wash holes add to the flushing power and make cleaning easier. And on top of everything, it gets the job done silently in one fell swoop, meaning your days of double flushing are over.

Save A Billion

Saving a billion gallons of water this year sounds ambitious, but it would only take 50,000 Stealth Toilets to do it. That means replacing 50,000 clunky, water-wasting toilets across the country. To that end, Niagara Conservation is inviting everyone to Like or follow it on Facebook or Twitter to get the word out and learn what you can do to be a money-saving, water-conserving superhero.

Learn More

Visit www.WhatTheFlush.com to learn more about the toilet and see Jenni Pulos in a cheeky “Potty Talk” video.

 

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