How Do You Celebrate National 💩 Day?

February 1, 2022
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Did you know that the day after the big game is National Poop Day? According to Urban Dictionary, National Poop Day falls the day after the big game “as a result of our country’s tradition on the big game day to collectively eat the most deliciously unhealthy foods known to man (e.g. buffalo wings, pigs-in-blankets, pizza, mozzarella sticks, chips & dip, sloppy joes, French fries, burgers etc.) and collectively drink billions of bottles of the cheapest beer”.

What about the big flush during halftime of the big game? There’s an urban myth that so many people collectively flush their toilets at halftime, municipal sewage systems tend to break.

While sewage systems may not actually break and not everyone may need to take a “break” the day after the game, one thing is true: nearly 30% of all household water consumption is attributed to the toilet. That’s a lot of water and money to just be flushing away! The good news is – there’s a way to limit the amount of water used with every flush and that’s by installing a Toilet Tank Bank! (Available to Montgomery County residents for FREE.)

The Toilet Tank Bank is a cost-effective tool that reduces the amount of water by 0.8 gallons per flush and can increase savings over time. The device is incredibly simple to install and can be completed in a few steps:

    1. Fill the Toilet Tank Bank with water.
    2. Close the valve.
    3. Hang the bag inside the toilet tank.

The Toilet Tank Bank won’t interfere with flush mechanics, is made of a durable material, and has anti-evaporation locks – so once it’s installed, you won’t have to worry about it again!

Older toilets can use between 3 and 5 gallons of water with each flush. By some estimates, these older toilets can cost you between $54.75 a year and $91.25 a year (assuming you flush the toilet five times a day). Over a year, you could save between $15 and $30, depending on how many gallons your toilet currently uses.

Ready to start saving water and money? You can request that we mail you your FREE Toilet Tank Banks by completing this form: Toilet Tank Bank Request Form 



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