Are there any good pictures of eco friendly bathrooms?



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    Yes! The cited link directs to an HGTV article about eco-friendly bathroom tips complete with lots of pretty pictures. This is one of my favorites, where recycled glass is used as an alternative to tile, granite, and linoleum. Other pictures feature richite surfaces (paper-and-recycled-glass based surfacing) and natural lighting (skylights!).

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    I found the picture below on a blog post titled “Eco-friendly bathroom setup (that won’t make you squirm!).” It features the eco-bath system, which takes the water used in the sink (from washing your hands, brushing your teeth, etc.) and uses it to flush the toilet. Pretty classy setup!




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    Here is a link that will help you create your own eco friendly bathroom.

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    Here is a good one, the water from the washing machine is used to flush the toilet as well. Small Bathroom Pictures

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    Green chic with concrete-and-recycled-glass countertops, sustainable wood cabinets, a dual flush toilet, and sconces that use CFLs.  Doesn’t scream “eco-friendly granola hippie”, looks beautiful, and is good for the planet; what could be better?

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    The average American uses 7,665 gallons of water each year just flushing the toilet.How about a composting toilet? I bet most people have never heard of such a thing.

    Biolet is just one brand of composting toilet that is definitely eco friendly.

    How much can BioLet save me?

    Less Expensive than a Septic System

    1. Septic systems average $6,300 for an installation. BioLet models start at $1,799.00.
    2. Septic systems cost between $200 – $1500 each year to run. BioLet only needs mulch periodically
    3. Composting toilets do not have odors or bugs. The same can’t be said about septic systems.
    4. BioLets can be installed anywhere – you don’t need a water hook up.
    5. BioLet toilets do not require any pumping or outside holding tank.

    Saving water and money

    The average american uses about 7, 665 gallons of water each year just flushing the toilet, according to the US Dept of Energy.

    1. Water costs an average of $4 for 1000 gallons.Each American spends at least $30 a year on toilet water.
    2. A family of 4 spends at least $120 each year on toilet water.
    3. Leaking toilets can add at least 200 gallons to each person’s daily total.
    4. The tax payer pays an additional $75 to $95 for each 1 million gallons of water used.

    The price per flush will only increase as areas of the United States continue to experience drought and dry conditions. 

    Saving Greenhouse Emissions

    The energy it takes to treat waste-water produces 5 million tons of greenhouse gas each year in the United States. If we could reduce our waste water, we could reduce this strain on our atmosphere.

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    A bathroom that is outdoors require a minimal amount of electrical lighting. [img_assist|nid=191224|title=bathroom|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=640|height=484]

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