Monday, February 25, 2013

How to get a dual flush toilet conversion kit FREE!

This just in:
Through World Water Day 2013 (March 22nd) you can get the Dual Flush Pro complete toilet conversion kit at no charge and only for a limited time.

In recognition of World Water Day and the EPA Fix A Leak Week Campaign, the folks at have really done something special. I've seen other manufacturers do product giveaways to help bring attention to world water resource concerns, but this is truly spectacular. In most cases the manufacturer promotions are self serving, and geared toward driving sales by luring consumers in with something of little value and then pushing an "up sell". This does not seem to be the case at Dual Flush Pro. They are doing exactly as the promotion indicates; no strings, no up sell, no email harvesting, no bait and switch. You pay only a ten dollar flat rate shipping fee and you get exactly the same complete kit that you would get if you purchased the DualFlushPro kit at full price.

This kit has long been my choice in a dual flush conversion kit for the money, product quality and customer support. It is probably the most widely used dual flush toilet set up in the world. The design accommodates most tank variables which is why several manufacturers use the design in new model dual flush toilets.

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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Sloan Valve Company Drops Aqus Geywater Recyling System

Well, after months of uncertainty we have official word that Sloan valve Company is no longer marketing the Aqus Grey-water Recycling System. My frustrations with a lack of communication with from Sloan management personnel are over after having received a call from Bill Madison, National Sales Manager at Sloan Valve Company. Bill confirmed my suspicions and stated that "the Aqus product is no longer supported."

Beginning in January 2012, I had been in pretty consistent communication with Mark Sanders, inventor & founding member of Water Saver Technologies LLC , in an ongoing discussion regarding product shipment delays due to a pump performance and supplier issue. In the fall of 2012, Mark took a sudden and unnanounced departure from Sloan Valve; which was a pretty good indication that my suspensions were correct. 

Sloan Valve Company initiated several improvements to the Aqus and marketed it at price points that truly made it a practical investment for the average homeowner. Unfortunately Sloan was never really a good fit for the product as their business model is primarily focused on the commercial market and the Aqus really isn't suited for commercial application. 

Whether or not Water Saver Technologies will bring the product back to market is still uncertain. I 'm sure they have some legal hurdles to cross with regard to the contractual arrangement with Sloan. 

I still believe the product has great potential in the residential market as an affordable, practical greywater reclamation system and hope to see it become available again soon.   

I look forward to providing further updates as they become available.