by David M. Parrish on January 24, 2012

In Chicago, we completely renovated a 120 unit apartment building. The renovation included new, low flow toilets. The first year water bill was about one third the pre-renovation average. The second year the water bill has risen substantially. By the third year, water use was back up to it’s pre-renovation levels. Average occupancy was within 2% year to year.  We were called back to “fix”  the problem. After several months and ten of thousands of dollars of testing, the problem came down to leaky toilets.   Dan H., Plumbing Contractor

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