Check Out These New Domestic Cleaning Technologies That Help Save Water
Domestic cleaning appliances have long brought convenience to our lives. Now, advances in technology mean they can also help us save water and create a sustainable future.
Less Water, More Cleaning
The biggest improvements in water efficiency have been in washing machine and dishwasher technologies. Both appliances have increasingly become common in households across India, resulting in cleaner utensils and fresher linen. But they weren’t always the most water efficient. Now however, dishwashers have begun using ultrasonic technology to reduce consumption of water, while delivering the same level of cleaning. Similarly, washing machines manufacturers have innovated on new washing techniques which created a three dimensional flow of water, for deeper cleaning and lower water consumption.
Make Efficiency a Habit
Showers, too, are an important part of our daily hygiene routine. But indiscriminate usage means they are also one of the biggest sources of residential water wastage. It’s a problem, however, that can be solved without imposing draconian limits on showering time. Efficient and well designed showerheads are the answer, many of which are optimized to maintain the flow pressure while drastically reducing the water consumption. All it takes a little research and review to find one which suits your showering needs and saves water as well.
Flushing: Smart Solutions
Technologists have also been tinkering with the traditional water flush design to produce an alternative which is more hygienic and water-efficient in its operation. Apart from standard improvements, there are new water treatment systems being developed which could help recycle sink water to flush toilets in Indian homes in the near future. Such a system would save gallons of water, while making the required amount available for comprehensive and hygienic flushing action.
These are some of the latest technologies that have brought the twin objectives of more hygienic homes and water conservations to the fore. As more manufacturers innovate, such technologies are projected to become standard in all Indian homes. Helping create cleaner homes at the cost of less water is also a mission of Harpic News 18 Mission Paani, a movement dedicated to creating a more sustainable future for our water resources. You can check out initiatives they’ve undertaken and join in to help conserve water for a healthier tomorrow.