Faucet ‘Lock’ Helps Conserve Water

Faucet ‘Lock’ Helps Conserve Water

A locking mechanism may limit H2O use by switching off when a pre-determined amount is reached.

Ryan Gerhardt
  • 14 december 2012


While the Earth is roughly 75% water, it is often forgotten that there is a finite amount of readily usable water. The Water Lock mechanism is designed to not only increase our awareness of water consumption, but also help avoid water waste.

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