Spend a penny and save millions (gallons of water)

A KILKENNY man is hoping people will spend a penny to save millions. Matt Peters has come up with a way he thinks will cut down on up to 75% of the water people use in their homes.

A KILKENNY man is hoping people will spend a penny to save millions. Matt Peters has come up with a way he thinks will cut down on up to 75% of the water people use in their homes.

It simply requires the toilet user to push the right button and the converter does the rest. Unlike other systems, the flush converter is very cheap and costs just E18. With it you get the peace of mind of knowing that you are helping the environment by cutting down on the amount of water you use and in the near future cutting down on your water meter bill,” Mr Peters said.

“It all adds up and in the round of a year, you will be saving thousands of gallons. The Flush Converter fits all toilets and is simple to install. With adjustable flush volumes, it is designed for easy maintenance and every home should have one,” Mr Peters added.