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High-efficiency toilets (HETs). A toilet that achieves this rating uses 1.28 gal. (or less) per flush. Old-fashioned toilets use around 3.5 gal. per flush. When sourcing these toilets, look for Maximum Performance (MaP) test compliance or EPA WaterSense rated units. (If a traditional high-flush toilet is in place, and you are not going to change it out, a "toilet displacement device" - i.e., a brick - can be placed in a toilet tank to reduce the amount of water used per flush.
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