Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Not all showers are green

Research by Unilever has revealed that the long-held view that showers use much less water than baths is only partly true. While a traditional shower uses about 62 litres of water over the average usage of 8 seconds, some power showers can get through 136 litres in the same time. The average bath takes about 80 litres – but you can't take a book into the shower.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You can get a flow restrictor for showers that runs off the Hot water system of the house, but not on electric showers.