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Save Water: Pee in the Shower

How did your earth hour go?

Mine was OK. My family decided to eat out, so it was definitely "lights out" at home :-)

Just glad to do our part in saving the environment.

While we are on the topic of being environmentally friendly and cool, let us talk about ways to save and conserve energy.

Right now, I want to talk about water and taking showers.


You've probably heard the saying "Save water, shower with a friend".


Well, I've found a much easier way to save water, alone - Just pee in the shower.

Toilet flushing or in most cases here, the "buhos" system, accounts for most of the water use at home.  One flush wastes around 4 to 5 liters of good water. Water you can use for more worthwhile causes like cooking and drinking right?

Or if you're finding it gross (urine is sterile btw, and some say cures athlete's foot)  this video shows you how "one scoop can clean you up" and I dare you to do the same. 

Though honestly, it's easier to just pee.
 
 

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