Water Solutions: Low-Flow is the Way to Go
October 7, 2011
|I love a nice, long shower, especially after a long, hard run. I also
like to flush the toilet, preferably after every use. When I’m at the
cabin, however, I make a concerted effort to take short showers and
adhere to the “If it’s yellow, let it mellow; if it’s brown, flush it
After all, water conservation is important.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that by 2013, 36
states will have water shortages due to inefficient management. Wisely,
many cabin owners look to low-flow solutions to help them limit water
consumption, which has the added benefit of improving the performance of
their septic systems.
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