The first low-flow toilets first came out in 1994. They didn’t work so great back then, but their performance has since significantly improved. Please see the link attached.
According to his Guide to Sustainable Living book, Ed Begley, Jr., got a low-flow toilet in 1990 that was made by Porcher, a French company. He said there weren’t any available in the U.S. at that time.
In 1980, Bruce Thompson (an Australian) invented the first toilet that allowed for a half-flush and a full-flush. Even though it wasn’t technically low-flow, it still allowed for less water to be used for the half-flush.
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