Low-flow toilets in the U.S. use 1.28 gallons of water or less to produce an effective flush. However, recent advances in toilet technology have produced models capable of flushing with only 1 liter of water, using high-pressure jets. See link below…
At Ithaca College (Alumni!), we had one of the most sustainable buildings in the world where you could choose how much water needed to flush the toilets (which used collected rain water)…even using the most “powerful” but still eco friendly setting, they always got clogged…I personally think this technology needs to be researched more to avoid nasty backups! My answer: It depends on the size of your…waste.
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