We partnered with Niagara Conservation to share this great event locally in Lake Forest & Irvine, CA to help save the residents water by offering high-efficiency Stealth toilets that use less than 50% water over most toilets!
Oh how we love the sunshine that Southern California has to offer. We are very lucky to get the beautiful weather which allows for a lifestyle of beach days, fun in the sun, and being active outdoors working or playing. With over 20 million people in the Southern California area, meaning Ventura to San Diego and LA to Palm Springs, we have a lot of people that rely on a lot of the same things. We also share our highways, parks, air, and one major resource being WATER! Water is such an essential part of life. Not only do we need it to literally survive but we also depend on it for so many other uses from irrigation, to tap water, toilets, showers, cooking, and more. Many people do not quite realize how much water is consumed not just in use, but also by appliances or fixtures. Everything that uses water from hot water heaters, dishwashers, showerheads, faucets, and toilets, all varies greatly. One of the best ways to combat water usage and water wasting is by limiting the flow. For the most part, all water that comes into your home, leaves it for waste water treatment plants, rivers, and oceans.
By finding ways to reduce this use, we not only save the precious water we need, but also put less of it back into the oceans. One of the best ways to really cut back on water use is by starting with us. Not only do we affect how much water we use, our homes also dictate how much we waste or can save. One of the best places to start is with bathroom.
The Niagara Stealth® Toilet is a high-efficiency toilet that uses only 0.8 GPF in a single flush. It’s a typical looking toilet and uses no high pressure systems that are loud and scary. With the patented Stealth flush chamber and air transfer system, one flush is all that is needed, no double flushing. With NO flapper to cause leakage, the Stealth Toilet will appear and sound like a normal toilet while using half if not more water per flush.
Niagara Conservation has an over 35-year history and is a reputable premier manufacturer of high-efficiency water and energy conservation products. Niagara is a leading developer for plumbing professionals, utility companies, government leaders, energy management officials and environmentally conscious consumers by providing advanced conservation solutions. They focus on solutions than just products. Does a toilet really need to come in 30 different shapes, colors, and finishes? Or should they save water!!!
Check out more about the Niagara Stealth system to save any home water.
Help Save Water Local Event
This last weekend the people at Niagara Conservation, Irvine Ranch Water District and the Home Depot are working to provide the residents of Lake Forest and Irvine, CA a way to reach a goal to save 1,000,000 gallons of water in Lake Forest and Irvine. With the goal about met, it was very simple actually.
One method to reduce water bills by almost 60 percent, was by simple switching to a high-efficient toilet without changing and bathroom routines. By simple switching out that old 3+ gallon per flush (GPF), or many more modern 1.6 gallon per flush (GPF) toilets, with a high-efficiency Niagara Stealth® 0.8 GPF Toilet, water usage is cut in half if not more. If you really think about it, in a busy home with kids and families, the toilets are highly used. Having kids, usage can be even more!
To make this switch and savings even easier, people who purchased a Niagara Stealth® Toilet during the event (contact the district for details) received a $150 rebate on the toilet from the Irvine Ranch Water District. Made the toilet basically free!
Help Save Water Sweepstakes END 11/20/2015
Enter for a chance to win a free Niagara Stealth® Toilet with complimentary installation and a $100 Home Depot gift card! Entrants may enter daily from November 7, 2015 at 3:00 a.m. EST/12:00 a.m. PST through November 20, 2015 at 2:59 a.m. EST/November 19, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. PST. Shareable Sweepstakes URL:
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