Niagara Conservation Corp. partners with Bravo star Jenni Pulos in #WhatTheFlush water-conservation campaign
Flower Mound, Texas (March 31, 2016) – WTF or WHAT THE FLUSH! The makers of the Stealth® ultra-high-efficiency toilet and Bravo’s “Flipping Out” Star Jenni Pulos want to see more people saving both water and precious dollars when they flush.
On average, 27 percent of water consumption in the home comes from flushing it right down the toilet, which is completely avoidable – that’s not even mentioning the water lost by old or deteriorated flappers that leak. Niagara Conservation Corp. created the Stealth Toilet which uses less than one gallon of water per flush (0.8 gallons per flush to be exact) relative to the average toilet that uses 3.5 to 5 gallons per flush.
“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,” said Pulos. “With the Stealth Toilet we can do our part to save water and money with every flush. So join the cause for water conservation and say it with me – #WhatTheFlush!”
Not only does the Stealth Toilet save up to 20,000 gallons of water per year – enough to fill an 18-foot by 40-foot in-ground swimming pool – it can cut down homeowners’ water bills by up to 60 percent without having to change their bathroom behavior. Homeowners in dozens of cities across the country can recoup some, or in many cases all, of their replacement costs with rebates from their water districts. The Stealth toilet sells for $149, but a statewide California rebate of $100 to every homeowner makes this purchase even more affordable. Log onto http://www.saveourwaterrebates.com/toilet-rebates.html for complete details.
As part of the #WhatTheFlush campaign, Pulos and Niagara Conservation Corp. have set an ambitious goal: They want to help Californians save at least 1 billion gallons of water in 2016. The company is inviting the public to suggest projects or people in the state who could benefit from donated Stealth Toilets and free installation. To nominate or make a recommendation, just Like or follow Niagara Conservation Corp. on Facebook and/or Twitter. Use the hashtags #WhatTheFlush and #CAStealthDonations to share ideas. Niagara Conservation Corp. will consider any and all suggestions for its first project.
Even homeowners who have already installed so-called “high-efficiency” toilets can reduce water use by an additional 35 to 50 percent with the Stealth® ultra-high-efficiency toilet.
“People don’t realize how much water today’s average toilets waste,” said Bill Cutler, President of Niagara Conservation Corp. “The Stealth Toilet cuts the industry standard in half with our patented vacuum-assist technology. It uses less than a gallon of water and completely evacuates the bowl every time. And we call it Stealth because it’s so quiet.”
Around the world, the call to conserve water is growing more urgent. The United Nations has predicted serious water shortages by 2030. And while California is showing signs of recovery from its extended drought, water levels in the state’s reservoirs are still below average – and many experts say it will take years to recover.
The Stealth® toilet meets EPA WaterSense® criteria and MaP™ Premium Maximum Performance standards. It sells for $149 at Home Depot and is available in a variety of styles.
Visit www.WhatTheFlush.com to learn more about the Stealth Toilet and see Jenni Pulos star in a cheeky “Potty Talk” video.Back to Press Releases