Composting Toilets: Questions and Answers

Composting Toilets: Questions and Answers

Composting toilets allow for the recycling of valuable plant nutrients by producing a soil-like supplement and can be used anywhere a flush toilet can be used, but composting toilets are also well suited to to locations where flush toilets are not feasible.

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Envirolet Composting Toilets

Envirolet Composting Toilets

You cannot get any more environmentally friendly than a waterless composting toilet. Composting is nature's method of renewing itself by reducing and recycling waste into natural compost, while using little or no water in the process.

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BioLet Composting Toilets

BioLet Composting Toilets

BioLet unites the natural composting process with advanced Swedish technology to accelerate and optimize biological decomposition, evaporate excess liquid and exhaust odors all within an elegant bathroom fixture that is easy to use, simple to install and economical to operate.

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WaterSense Labeled Toilets

WaterSense Labeled Toilets

Toilets are the main source of water use in the home, accounting for nearly 30% of indoor water consumption. Due to leaks and inefficiency, toilets can also be a major source of wasted water.

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Even You Can Fix A Leaky Toilet

Even You Can Fix A Leaky Toilet

Toilet leaks can be silent but costly, wasting hundreds of gallons of water in a very short time.

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Performance Toilets

Performance Toilets

Kohler offers high efficiency toilet models that utilize only 1.28. gallons of water per flush. This can save thousands of gallons of water per year.

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A Waterwise Guide To Ultra-Low-Flow Toilets

A Waterwise Guide To Ultra-Low-Flow Toilets

Ultra low flow toilets use 1.6 gallons of water or less per flush, compared to the 3.5 gallons or more used by older model toilets.

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Wastewater Technology Fact Sheet: High-Efficiency Toilets

Wastewater Technology Fact Sheet: High-Efficiency Toilets

Because toilet use is the largest proportion of indoor water used in a household, high efficiency toilets can achieve real water savings.

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Toilet Options: Ultra Low Flow

Toilet Options: Ultra Low Flow

Ultra low flow toilets reduce water use by 23 to 46 percent, saving an average of 10.5 gallons of water per person daily.

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Facts About Ultra Low Flush Toilets

Facts About Ultra Low Flush Toilets

Today's ultra low flow toilets have been redesigned to improve performance. With toilets accounting for over one-third of the water used in most homes, installing an ultra low flow toilet will save thousands of gallons of water each year and can reduce your bathroom water use by more than half.

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Bathroom Remodeling: Strategies For Energy Efficiency

Bathroom Remodeling: Strategies For Energy Efficiency

A bathroom remodeling project offers many opportunities for improving energy efficiency. The five key areas for energy efficiency in a bathroom remodel include hot water savings, lighting, proper insulating, air sealing. and adequate ventilation.

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TOTO on Sustainability

TOTO on Sustainability

TOTO’s products, technological innovations, operations and policies demonstrate a true commitment to sustainability. Whether it is engineering high-efficiency toilets, faucets and showers or implementing a closed-loop paper-recycling system.

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