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7 Reasons to Consider Replacing Your Standard, Older Toilet with a High-Efficiency Toilet (HET)

1. Save thousands of gallons per year
2. Reduce water waste and water usage
3. Help save water for our planet
4. Save money
5. Reduce your carbon footprint
6. Provide a cleaner and more comfortable bathroom
7. Save time and money replacing your toilet.

A high-efficiency toilet (HET) is a great way to conserve water. This type of toilet uses less than 1.28 gallons per flush, compared to the standard 1.6 gallons per flush toilets use. That may not sound like much, but it can save you up to 16,500 gallons of water each year! In addition to being eco-friendly, high efficiency toilets are also very effective at flushing away waste.

High-efficiency toilets are manufactured to use less water for each flush than older models.

HETs are manufactured to use less water for each flush than older models. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) created the WaterSense program in 2006 to help consumers identify high-efficiency toilets and other water products that use 20% less water. To qualify as a WaterSense toilet, a model must flush at least 350 grams of miso soup using no more than 1.28 gallons of water per flush.

High-efficiency toilets can save thousands of gallons of water a year.

In fact, according to the EPA, high-efficiency toilets (HETs) use about 1.28 gallons of water per flush. This is significantly less than older toilets that use anywhere from 3.5 to 5 gallons per flush! By upgrading to a HET, you can save as much as 4,000 gallons of water a year in your home!

One of the best things about HETs is that they come in many different styles and price points. The newer models are not only efficient, but also chic and comfortable to boot!

The average American family home uses 40 gallons of water per day flushing the toilet.

You probably didn't know it, but the average American family home uses 40 gallons of water per day flushing the toilet. This means that a whopping 20% of a household's total water use is spent flushing the toilet. In areas where water conservation is important, this is a shocking statistic. According to the US Geological Survey Cascades Volcano Observatory and other studies, total water use varies by location. Even though it would be nice if all homes used exactly 40 gallons per day on average, they don't! For example, in some locations with large amounts of rainfall (such as Seattle), the average family home may only use 15 gallons per day flushing the toilet. On the other hand, in cities with long-standing droughts such as Los Angeles, total water available for use may be limited due to increased demand for residential and commercial needs.

A family of four could save more than $99 and 16,000 gallons of water per year by replacing older, inefficient toilets with new WaterSense labeled models.

Depending on where you live, the savings can be much more. For example, in California and many other states, the cost of water is higher than the national average. In those cases, households could save even more money and water by upgrading to WaterSense labeled models.

To get a sense of what your household could save on water bills if you replaced your old toilets with WaterSense labeled HETs, see our interactive tool that lets you choose any state or county in the United States (http://bit.ly/2A7R8zv). You’ll also be able to estimate how much water you’ll save based on how many people are in your home and how often each person flushes. This can help you factor in any potential savings when it comes time to embark on bathroom renovations or replace aging fixtures.

High-efficiency toilets (HETs) can help you save money and water every time you flush!

High-efficiency toilets (HETs) can help you save money and water every time you flush!

EPA calculates that a household that switches from an older toilet to a WaterSense labeled HET model can save an average of $2,000 over the life of the toilet. A household using WaterSense labeled HET models will use 20 percent less water than one using standard high-efficiency toilets. That savings may not sound like much, but when you consider how many gallons of water are used each day in your home just to flush the toilet, it adds up quickly. Plus, by installing a WaterSense labeled HET model, your home is better equipped to conserve water while still getting the job done. And as long as it keeps working properly and flushing on demand, you won't even notice the difference.