What was the first low flow toilet made?



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    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.

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    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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