Money for Water-Saving Flushes

The city wants to help you buy a new toilet. Not just any toilet, though. Starting next year, the city’s Department of Environmental Protection will offer $125 vouchers toward the purchase of low-flush toilets, which typically use less than half the water of a standard water-guzzler. The city expects the program to spur the upgrading of 800,000 toilets. What will happen to the old ones? The city has put out a proposal for companies interested in recycling them. Yesterday’s toilet could become tomorrow’s tile, or bathtub, or sink — or toilet. Read more on the Green blog »

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