Each flush of a toilet uses the same amount of water.
25% of A households water usage is used flushing the toilet.
to use less water when flushing
It will be exaclty the same, the only difference is that flushing the toilet with bottled water is very expense. It really will be a waste of money.
it goes to the sewer
Flushing a toilet
An older toilet can use approximately 5 gallons, I believe. But now the lower flush toilets use 1.6 gallons.
take a bucket full of water and use it for flushing then call a plumber for more help
is a kind of toilet that uses water for flushing. The water in the bowl prevents the flies from breeding on the waste.
The Victorians invented the first flushing toilet
The first flushing toilet was for queen Victoria the first.
I reckon there is no air vent pipe on the drain line of the toilet you are flushing and the siphon action is sucking out the water in the loft toilet also.
Replace the fill valve.
Around 9 litres
By taking shorter showers and not flushing the toilet
you may try rasing your water reservoir
It won't change when you flush the toilet. :)
The flushing toilet was invented by John Harrington in 1596.
The seasons are reversed, AND the flow of water is reversed. When flushing a toilet in the northern hemisphere, the water goes down clockwise. When flushing a toilet in the southern hemisphere, the water goes down counterclockwise.
1.6 - 3.5 gpf
1000000000000000 kg1.6 GPF - 5.7 GPF depending on make model and yearTank or flushometer
The wax ring is just to seal the toilet to the drain. It has no effect on the flushing.
john harrington invented the toilet