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Eco Trends | Eco Design Trend | One Litre Limit Water Faucet | Trendspotting

19-04-2011 Eco Design Makes Water Rationing Trendy

What began as minimalist, conceptual design has become an innovative solution to everyday water wastage. It is suggested that we waste 6 litres of water while washing our hands during a 30 second period. Designers, Yonggu Do, Dohyung Kim & Sewon Oh have created an elegantly structured faucet which rations 1 litre of water at a time. Much like a toilet flush or hand dryer, the tap requires some time to refill and the hit of a switch before being able to provide again. Conveniently, users can watch the

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water refill, making this giant step to water conservation a more enticing one.

 

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