The topic of discussion may not exactly be very pleasing to read, but being a part of a natural process, it, nevertheless, plays a pivotal role in itself. Many of us are completely unaware of the fact that our daily toilets use around 15 times more water than any human can ever. Shocked? Well, that is truly a fact unknown to many. Keeping this fact in mind, Jose Genoves has devised an ingenious product christened as Natura. The product surely lives up to its name and provides 100% saving in water consumption. The design differs a bit according to the user’s gender, thereby, demarcating Natura’s utility according to the need.
Easing the process of male urination, Natura makes available a completely revamped toilet mechanism. Complete with a reclining ‘push to open’ element, the product offers to wash down everything with one liter of water. Thus, it reduces water consumption by almost 30% as compared to the normal flush system.
Being an all rounder, it has also created a different mechanism for female’s urination. Having been made in a very user friendly way, Natura has a separate storage area for the used toilet papers which are flushed when required. Having been built with a lower water level, the flushing process is eased by the use of just half a liter of water as compared to the normal flush. The soiled toilet paper is usually stored and flushed down in the next cycle.
For defecation purposes, Natura makes use of around 4.5-6 liters of water. Though it may not contribute that much to water saving, but still, when compared to the normal flushes in use, it certainly stands out for all its worth.