DROP-A-BRICK™ IN YOUR TOILET.
Together we can save MILLIONS of gallons.
Drop-A-Brick is thousands of gallons of water savings, right in your toilet. Just plop it in your toilet’s water tank and start saving about half a gallon, every time you flush.
Drop-A-Brick is safe to use, ecologically designed and improves your toilet’s performance. It even saves you money on your water bills. Altogether, Drop-A-Brick might just be the biggest thing to ever happen in your toilet.
United States of Drought
2012 – 2014 North American drought is becoming the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history
NATIONAL TOILET EMERGENCY
30% of indoor water use.
Americans use more water each day by flushing the toilet
than they do by showering or any other activity.
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Drop-A-Brick in someone else’s toilet
As part of our IndieGoGo campaign, you can donate Drop-A-Brick’s and we’ll sniff out all the needy toilets we can find. With your generous donation, we will distribute Drop-A-Brick’s to toilets in communities like East Porterville, CA, whose residents have literally run out of water. One Drop-A-Brick can save a household 2 gallons a day per person. For a family of four, that’s 50 extra gallons a week that can be used for bathing, doing laundry and flushing the toilet.
In order to distribute donations, we will collaborate with water districts, non-profit organizations, sponsors, businesses, plumbers unions, schools and public servants. If we reach our funding goal, our first priority will be distributing bricks in Tulare County and the city of East Porterville to help provide families there with a simple way to stretch their water supply. Next on the list will be Colusa, El Dorado and Butte Counties.
Thanks for your support. We won’t stop dropping bricks until you do.
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Together, we can save millions of gallons of municipal drinking water.
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