EcoFlush

- The revolutionary “low-flush-toilet” that uses less than 1 L water!

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A standard water toilet - which saves up to 90% water!

The extremely “low-flushing WC" who saves up to 90% water!
Fewer emptyings of your septic tank!
Can flush below 1 liter in average flush volume!
Separate or combined outlet!
Approved and recommended by most municipals as ultra-low-flush WC!

From 465 EUR (excl. VAT)

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The dual-flush WC with unique design and function.

EcoFlush has a unique design that divides the waste to be able to flush less water when urinating.

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A unique diverting WC or just an extremely low-flush WC.

Many eco villages and eco projects use the EcoFlush to collect the urine to use as fertilizer. But most use it as the unique water saving WC it is. With our WC-adapter you an easily retrofit it to you 110 outlet in your bathroom just like any other toilet.

The EcoFlush is very Economical and extremely Ecological. A revolutionary design that saves enormous amount of water. Priced as a regular toilet...
 

Video by Scandinavian Water Saving Products in South Africa

 

How much money can I save by using the EcoFlush?

Save a lot of money using EcoFlush to your septic tank.

EcoFlush is the toilet that feels like a regular toilet, but consumes extremely low flush volumes. With a double flush function and a urine bowl in the front of the toilet, it saves up to 80% water. EcoFlush is primarily used for septic tanks, areas where you need to save on the water and to environmentally conscious households in houses or apartments. When using EcoFlush for septic tanks you can save a lot of money with fewer pick-ups of the waste. Most customers earn their money back in 3-6 months!

How much water can I save with the EcoFlush?

EcoFlush is a unique product that makes water saving a blessing. See the charts below how much you can save!

EcoFlush compared to classic “high volume” toilets like in the US, South Africa and other countries.

Water consumed per week. Water volumes in liter. In a household of 4 persons (168 toilet visits in average). EcoFlush saves up to 2000 Liters per week in a regular household.

EcoFlush compared to modern “medium volume” and so called “low-flush” toilets like in Scandinavia, Europe and other countries.

Water consumed per week. Water volumes in liter. In a household of 4 persons (168 toilet visits in average). EcoFlush saves up to 700 Liters per week in a regular household.

How does the unique flush works?

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Only flush where it´s needed.

The average person does about 6 toilet visits per day, whereas only one of them is feces and five of them is urine. To clean only the urine bowl requires very little water - therefore the smartest way to flush is to direct the water where it is needed and not flush the entire bowl.

Small flush ≈ 0,3 Liter:
The small flush comes from the front of the bowl, rinses the urin bowl and water trap – and some of the water smoothly flows over the edge to the big bowl. To maintain maximum hygiene it is key that some water pours over the edge to keep everything clean. EcoFlush does that.

Big flush ≈ 2,5 Liter
The big flush uses about 2,5 Liter and rinses the entire bowl including the urine part and water trap. The big flush is used similarly to a classic WC – but uses less water even on the main flush thanks to uniquely designed flush canals inside the ceramic.

How to count:
A regular toilet uses about 6 liters of water per flush. A large and unnecessary amount of water that is completely unnecessary. Nowadays, there are also dual-flush toilets called "low-flush toilets" which consumes 3 and 6 liters (small / large) flush or 2 and 4 liters. EcoFlush goes much further than that. Thanks to a unique design in the tank, flush channels and in the bowl, it uses only 0.3 and 2.5 liters (small / large). It gives an average of less than 1 liter per flush! A revolution in the toilet industry.

Can I use EcoFlush to septic tanks?

Yes. The EcoFlush is perfect for septic tanks and for individual sewages. Check your local municipality for regulations.

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Combined outlet (most common)

Combined outlet that connects the urine hose with the regular 110mm pipes behind the toilet. This is the most common choice to use the EcoFlush and makes it possible to use wherever a regular toilet has been installed. Remember to order the adapter! See image above!

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Separated outlet

Separate septic tanks or containers for urine and feces. The attached urine hose is connected to 50 mm pipes to a tank or something suitable and the regular 110 mm is led to its own septic tank.

Can I retrofit the EcoFlush to my current outlet?

Yes. EcoFlush is very easy to retrofit. Especially for 110mm outlets in the floor. Then you can use a WC-adapter for the urine hose to go in the same outlet.

Why use an urine diverting toilet if they will go to the same outlet?

The EcoFlush is made for mainly two reasons. 1) To save huge amounts of water by using urine diverting to only get a “low flush” and then lead the urine back to the same outlet as the feces. 2) To be able to separate the urine all the way to separate tank to be able to use it as fertilizer or other possibilities.

Can I install EcoFlush in regular apartments and villas?

Yes. The EcoFlush is perfect for saving water anywhere. It can be installed both as a urine diverting toilet all the way to a tank or sewage, or, by using our WC-adapter you can easily place it where your old toilet has been installed or in a new house or bathroom.

 

EcoFlush is the most sold urine separating WC. With 10.000+ satisfied customers. 

 

  • How does urine separation work?


EcoFlush compared to modern “medium volume” and so called “low-flush” toilets like in Scandinavia, Europe and other countries.