CINTEP’s recycling shower system uses 70% less water than a conventional shower without reducing flow rate at the showerhead.
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London, UK (PRWEB) May 20, 2013
According to Welsh Water, one of the largest water companies in the United Kingdom, showers and baths account for a third of the total water consumption of UK households. During the 1970’s, the average amount of water used per person per day was 110 litres. Today, that figure has risen to 157 litres per day, an increase of 47 litres per person per day.
Innovative Shower Company CINTEP offers an easy way to save that 47 litres without any sacrifice. CINTEP’s recycling shower system uses 70% less water than a conventional shower without reducing flow rate at the showerhead. More impressively, energy consumption is also reduced by 70% which contributes to savings in water and power bills from showering of up to 70%.
When you also consider that it also offers no cold water on startup and a digital display showing water use, energy use and time spent in the shower, it’s one of the better bathroom ideas to implement during a bathroom renovation.
CINTEP’s shower combines the best aspects of electric showers, it only requires cold water and a power connection. Its powerful pump provides 9 litres per minute at the showerhead. It also boasts some of the best aspects of digital showers namely precise control and easy to retrofit. It’s also very energy efficient and suitable for all bathroom designs.
This means it is one of the best ways to meet the requirements of the Code for Sustainable Homes whilst maintaining high levels of luxury and a great shower experience. These benefits are also available for property developers, hotels, gyms or any organisation that owns showers for commercial use.
CINTEP, maker of the most efficient shower system in the world, recently participated in the Grand Designs Live exhibition, which took place at the ExCel London from May 4 to 12.
As one of the key exhibitors in the show, CINTEP showcased its award winning Recycling Shower which won a James Dyson Award, the 2011 Green Challenge, a Popular Science Invention of the Year Award and the British Standards Institution Environmental Design Award.
During the exhibition CINTEP ran a prize draw to give away 2 recycling shower systems, to be installed in 2014 when the recycling shower is launched in the UK.
The winners of the 2 recycling shower systems are Ana Maria Viziteu of Leicester and Loretta Franklin of Belfast.
Whether you are looking for water saving tips, energy saving tips, cost saving tips or just a better shower, CINTEP’s recycling shower systems provides all of these in one innovative award winning package.
For more information visit http://www.RecyclingShower.co.uk