Water-conservation policies get credit for drop in demand

Ottawa, Canada: Another sucessful toilet rebate program: Water bills show households where the toilets have been replaced use about 51,000 litres of water less each year, saving approximately $130. The report says that, based on water-meter readings, it takes just over two years for the average homeowner’s water savings, plus the rebate, to pay for a new $340 toilet.Water-conservation policies get credit for drop in demand

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