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Monday, March 1, 2010

Dual Flush Toilet

We do not have public water, or public sewer, and we love it. I know not everyone is fond of doing things on their own but the is the beauty why we like it. We do not waste anything however, when we have to pick between our family and natural resources, the natural resources have to go first. Natural resources is given to us by the high Almighty and we use it with care.

One thing we can do to save money to pump out our sewer system is buying a dual flush retrofit kit. There are seven of us in our household and the water sometimes does not sink into the ground fast enough during winter months. Yes, this also is added to our to do list for our house. I wish we got our house made but not all of us can afford a build house according to what we like.

Since we have an old house, we can easily change the flusher or just simply buy new Dual Flush Toilets, to replace the one that came with the house. Then I don't have to worry about all of us filling up our our sewer so much. This is also a perfect site for those of you who are into eco-friendly dual flush toilet, and save money the way we will.

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