Helping The Environment On A Modest Budget
In 1738 English architect John F. Brondel developed the first flush valve toilet. Brondel’s invention utilized a valve to control the amount of water flushed with the simple push of a lever, making toilets more hygienic and allowed “out-house” toilets to be incorporated inside the home itself. Brondel’s innovations nearly 300 years ago have strongly influenced the bathroom as we know it today.
Fast forward to 2003, in San Francisco, California a new company incorporates themselves under the name Brondel Inc., in homage to John F. Brondel. True to the ingenuity of their namesake, the company has developed an innovative retrofit kit named Perfect Flush, to convert your conventional commode into an eco-friendly water saving dual flush model – yourself – in 30 minutes (15 minutes if you’re handy) – now for (more…)