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A collection of water conservation articles about ways to save water and make your residential plumbing system efficient. Great ways to save water and energy.
There are many ways to save water. Most most of the ways to save water involve giving up something.
No more washing the car, low flow toilets that don't flush well, and shower heads
that are not a great deal of fun. Notice how long it takes to fill a pot of
water with that low flow fixture in your kitchen.
There is a way to save water that can actually provide you with a convenience. You waste a lot of water waiting for hot water to reach the shower if you are like most people. I suppose there are some people who donít need to wait for the hot water to arrive, having very short piping runs.
Instant hot water saves all that
water that normally gets run down the drain while you wait for your hot water.
The amount of water saved is non-trivial and in areas with drought problems, every drop
Tankless water heaters are considerably more wasteful of water than tank type water heaters.
It takes longer to get hot water with a tankless water heater than it does with a storage type water heater. Tankless water heaters usually take 10 to 20 seconds longer in getting hot water to the faucets. But one can color ones tankless water heater green. Install a hot water demand system.
A hot water demand system added to your tankless water heater gives you the best of both worlds, no running water down the drain and energy savings when you use the hot water. What could be greener than that?
Be green and, conserve water; add a drought fighting tool to your conservation tool box!
The concept is simple; quit running water wastefully down the drain waiting for the hot water to arrive at the fixture. Install a hot water demand system pump to your hot water heater. Then when you open the faucet you have instant hot water! No more running it down the drain.
A green residential hot water demand system can save over 15,000 gallons of water per year for a 4 person family. Low-flow fixtures are the standard, low-flow toilets are often mandated, so where else can we look for water savings in drought stricken areas? Let's take a look at residential hot water plumbing systems and plumbing layouts. Running water down the drain while waiting for the hot water to arrive at the fixture is a significant source of water wastage. Water conservation doesn't have to be difficult
There are a number of hot water delivery
systems that address hot water wastage, replacing it with hot water conservation. Letís take a look at the various systems and see how they work.
Australia has been having serious drought problems for some time now. Due to the overwhelming need to conserve water the Australian government has been investigating appliances for water conservation properties. They have conducted a water conservation study with tankless water heaters. They tested a variety of models and brands of thankless water heaters. The study concluded that tankless water heaters waste more water than tank type water heaters.
New homes need efficient plumbing layouts and hot water delivery systems.
Green plumbing layouts are not considered an important part of new home construction. Itís time to look at what we can do to improve the plumbing plumbing layouts for new home construction.
To get hot water from your water heater you must first purge the cooled-off hot water in the piping. But even then you still wonít have hot water since the heat gets absorbed into the cold piping material as it travels to the fixture. To get hot water to the fixture it takes about 1-1/2 times more water run down the drain than the volume of water contained in the hot water piping.
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