low flow

Well, not exactly. It’s like asking the federal government, during times of a major budget deficit, to arbitrarily print more money. It just doesn’t work that way, or it just can’t. Recently, I sat in on the annual Plumbing Industry Leadership Coalition (PILC), and as the topic of the water conservation as it related to Read more

Piscataway, N.J. — Americans have saved more than 18 trillion gallons of water — roughly the volume of Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay — by embracing low-flow toilet technology over the past two decades since the U.S. enacted the 1992 Energy Policy Act (EPAct) that mandated less water per flush, according to the Alliance for Water Efficiency Read more