Fort Worth Gives Away Low-Flush Toilets

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    The Fort Worth Water Department is offering holiday gifts of their own to qualified customers.

      The department is offering 7,000 low-flush toilets free of charge as part of its water conservation program.
     
    The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports the toilets are available to Fort Worth water customers who live in homes built before 1994 and have toilets that use more than three gallons of water per flush.
     
    The new toilets use just 0.8 of a gallon to flush liquids and 1.28 gallons for solids.
     
    A department spokeswoman says the new toilets would save the typical homeowner about $76 per year on their water bills.