Pee in the shower and save water

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Should we pee in the shower?

Two students at the University of East Anglia in England are currently study this rather sensitive topic.

In fact the students, Chris Dobson and Debs Torr, have created the #go-with-the-flow campaign which encourages students at their university to take their morning wee in the shower.

The theory is that this habit will save thousands of liters of water each year.

The pair believe that combining the two activities would save 12 litres of water per day. If this was done in New Zealand  we would save around 70 million litres of water a year.

They believe there is absolutely no health risk from peeing in the shower and whilst the water is flowing it is perfectly sanitary.

30 Responses

  1. Just a few spelling errors in your article here. Study-instead of studying, doen-instead of done and liters instead of litres.

    We all read it this morning and noticed these errors:) We love your stories and articles and read daily so thought we would let you know:)

  2. Who knew that such a weird subject would be studied but it is awesome that they have thought about saving water and how it can help us.

  3. You made a mistake in done. It came out as doen.
    Interesting article though of what two minds can achieve. I think that this perceptive will, with some help, be actually achieved and done by the average person who thinks of this article.

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