|Posted by Karl on October 19, 19100 at 11:33:23:|
can anybody assist me in the following.
We run a restaurant in the suburbs of Chicago. After some research on the web we realized what water saving potential comes along with the installation of low-flow (pressurized) toilets.
Since we are about to open a new location soon, my question is, how much I could possibly save on piping costs and costs that are related to the size of the water meter by installing low-flow toilets instead of the flush valve toilets (Lower fixture unit and GPM).
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