It may be time to consider installing the new high-efficiency toilets in your home. Information on the subject is widely available, both from the manufacturers of plumbing fixtures and also from the government through the EPA site and the WaterSense product labeling program.
The EPA estimates that each person flushes the toilet about 140,000 toilet times during their life, and that replacing old high water-usage toilets with modern fixtures could mean saving 4,000 gallons per year. Considering the cost of all this water to you, the person paying the bills, and the importance of saving our planet’s resources, it may be time to call your plumbing company. You local plumbing professional can help you plan an installation of hi-efficiency toilets in your home that will be save money as well as saving water.