People in the U.S. and abroad are looking to use water-saving products to conserve water.
But in some cases, they can get more for their money.
Here’s what you need to know about using eco-tourism products for a longer-term water savings.
Rooftop Aquatic & Aquatic Water Purifiers: One of the best ways to conserve freshwater, these indoor toilets have the advantage of making water purification a breeze.
They are made of water-resistant plastic, and use an LED water-screen to measure the water level in the toilet bowl.
The water-removal systems will filter out toxins and other contaminants and return water to the toilet.
You can also get an indoor toilet for $250.
The toilet will work on the water table in the bathroom and is designed to purify the water in the bathtub.
It uses an air-drip and has a removable filter.
Rack and Faucet Faucets: If you want to use a faucet in the house, you’ll need to purchase a rack-and-faucet water-purification system.
The faucets come in two versions.
The one with the built-in filters uses water from a nearby tap, while the other uses a filter from a local tap.
The filters are water-repellent and will work with any water source.
Aquaculture Products: These eco-conscious water purifiers and other water-friendly devices are great for keeping aquatic plants and animals healthy.
They will filter, disinfect, and store water and waste, making it easier to recycle.
Alfa® Eco-Drip Filter and Sump-Powered Water Purifier: These high-tech filters and water-filtering devices use liquid nitrogen to purge contaminants.
They can filter up to 1,000 gallons of water a minute, and have a water-resistance rating of more than 70.
They are designed to store water at -40 degrees Fahrenheit (6 degrees Celsius) for about a month, and can use water from anywhere.
They cost about $250, but are not designed for use outdoors.