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It depends on the length of the shower, and the flow of water. Shower heads can usually allow anywhere between 2.5 and 5 gallons of water a minute. Most baths require 30-50 gallons of water.

To save energy the length of the shower x, multiplied by the water flow y, must equal less than the amount of water used in the bath.

X*Y (Minutes/Gallons) < Gallons in Tub

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