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"If one out of every 100 American homes was retrofitted with water-efficient plumbing fixtures, we could save approximately 100 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year - avoiding 80,000 tons of greenhouse gas emissions. The greenhouse gas savings would be equivalent to removing nearly 15,000 automobiles from the road for one year!" –EPA 2008 Good plumbers are committed to helping you make greener, smarter changes in your home and your life.

A leaking or "running" toilet can waste up to 200 gallons of water a day. That's 73,000 gallons a year, or enough to fill four in-ground swimming pools! Professional plumbers can fix any leaking toilet but if you're a do-it-yourselfer, try replacing the flapper valve. This will fix most toilet leaks. Test your toilet for silent leaks by dropping a few drops of red food coloring in the tank. Wait fifteen minutes. If the water in the bowl has turned red, you have a leak. Prior to the 1950s, most U.S. toilets used about seven gallons per flush. By 1970, new toilets used about five gallons. The 1980s ushered in 3.5 gallon toilets. By 1993, 1.6 gallon toilets became the standard. Now, many states and municipalities favor 1.28 gallon toilets. If your toilet was made before 1993, you are flushing money down the drain and using at least 3.5 gallons with every flush. Let expert plumbers replace your old toilet with a modern high-efficiency 1.28 gallon toilet. You'll start saving immediately, up to $2,000 in water costs over the lifetime of the toilet. And in case you haven’t noticed, water and sewer rates have been raising rapidly over the past several years.

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