Toilet of the Future

It is already a reality the fact that the fresh water reserves are not infinite and probably some day fresh water will be as oil is today; pricey and rare, but this is water we’re talking the very essence of life on earth, therefore we should try and preserve this vital natural resource as much as we can.To help in this direction some people though of multiple ways of saving water. One of them promises sanitary solutions for washing hand and flushing the toilets. It is a new concept based on an old idea or recycling.

This innovative object gets installed in the bathroom and has a double function: toilet and sink. The principle is simple: wash up and instead of wasting all that water you can choose to store it and the flush the toilet with it. The principle of “gray water” is very efficient because you only need clean water when you get in direct contact with it, for the toilets, any kind of water works just fine.

Imagine Home Core on a large scale. Imagine all the crowded cities using this kind of water-saving systems, we could be saving more than 50% of the water we use today on an average household.It’s a win-win situation; we save the water, the sewer treatment plants will use less energy to clean the used water, less chemical waste as well.I like the idea if having this toilet of the future now, because if we don’t start taking care of the nature now, our children won’t be able to see the world as we know it today.{found on Yanko Design}.

Published by in Design And Concept, on August 29th, 2012


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