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The 1000 Gallon per DAY toilet ??........UPDATE......
Our water utility is installing new meters that show 2 decimal points and have WIFI reading capability.
More than one customer has gotten a surprise in their water bill.
A friend asked me to check out her friend's WC.
Water consumption was 30 to 35,000 gallons a month for a 21 year old kid and his aged grandma.
One WC has the water level set too high with water going down the overflow stand pipe in the tank.
Not passing enough water to be obviously heard.
Set that level lower and installed a new flapper.
2nd WC needed a new flapper also, it has the Fluidmaster fill valve which does give the audible warning.
Read the meter yesterday after repairs, the utility read the meter 4 days before.
4,641 gallons passed in those 4 days. This did not seem possible but the meter sets the rules in the game.
This was quite the eye opener as most of our old meters were not functioning and many were billed a minimum charge.
We still have cheap water as the 35,000 gallons cost $50.00 for the month......considerable money for the kid.