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A new standard developed for toiles
The average water consumption reduced from 7.2 liters to 6.4 liters
Date: 2017-04-06   

General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China(AQSIQ) and SAC approved and released 125 standards recently, covering areas such as energy and water saving, radio and video monitoring, public services for employment and Industrial networks.

Among these standards, the compulsory standard Limited Values and Rating of Water Use Efficiency for Toilets set a stricter limitation on the water use efficiency of toilets which decreased its maximum from 9 to 8 liters, reducing the average water consumption from 7.2 liters to 6.4 liters.

Once the standard is implemented, 20% backward production capacity will be eliminated and annual water saving volume is expected to reach 120 million tons if 40 million toilets will be sold each year.

The total water consumption nationwide in 2015 reached up to 610 billion cubic meters, among which the domestic water consumption approached to 80 billion cubic meters with a high proportion accounted for toilets, nearly 10%.

 
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