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While I agree conservation is an admirable goal, I refuse to live my life with a lifeboat mentality. The end is not as near as some "percentage of the population" would have you believe.
Water is a renewable resource pure and simple. And if it isn't shouldn't we be using as much as possible to stave off rising water levels due to global warming?
All things in moderation, and these are simple guilt free pleasures.
Calling these 10GPM monsters or even saying that there are 10GPM units out there is a lie because the Federal Energy Policy Act of 1992 mandates that "all faucet fixtures manufactured in the United States restrict maximum water flow at or below 2.5 gallons per minute (gpm) at 80 pounds per square inch (psi) of water pressure or 2.2 gpm at 60 psi."
The more you know, the more you grow:
I have a deep closet that shares a wall with my stack on the second floor, so this is an optimal project for my home that I've wanted to do for a long time.
Do any of you that have done this have photos or postings available for reference/inspiration? (with no warrenty/guarentee of code or anythign else of course)
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