A water-saving showerhead has only small, narrow holes for the water to pass through. It uses much less water than a usual showerhead and the water spurts out with more pressure. Older showers use up to 24 liters of water per minute. New water-saving showerheads use from 6 to 10 liters per minute.
If you change to a water-saving type of showerhead the cost of each shower is reduced by half. A water-saving showerhead is especially convenient in the summerhouse where warm water is often not very plentiful.
Keep it in mind that when you take a shower, not to stay longer than absolutely necessary, thus saving the most water.
Guðrún Arndís Tryggvadóttir „Sturta“, Náttúran.is: June 21, 2007 URL: http://natturan.is/d/2007/06/21/sturta/ [Skoðað:Sept. 30, 2022]Efni má nota eða vitna í samkvæmt almennum venjum sé heimilda getið með slóð eða fullri tilvitnun hér að ofan.
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