Tuesday, August 17, 2010

(ENVIRO) 100,000 Water-Conserving Devices Installed In Israeli Homes

"Israel is beginning to take its water conservation to the next level. In the past two weeks, Water Authority contractor Milgam has installed over 100,000 water-conserving devices in over 40,000 homes in central and southern Israel.

The device, called a 'chas-cham' (a play on words meaning a hot or live-conserver) is fitted onto a regular sink or bathtub faucet and conserves approximately one third of the water output of the faucet, without harming the user's experience of water flow."

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