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WeeCan save water  1.5-7 gallons per flush, 6-7 times a day, is 10-50 gallons of fresh water saved per day per person, because WeeCan, one drop at a time.

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"Though the problems of the world are increasingly complex,
the solutions remain embarrassingly simple."
-- Bill Mollison, Founder of Permaculture, and more.

Stories from the pee nut gallery

"Get one for the bathroom. One for the bedroom. One for the car. One for camping." -- Pee Prepared

"I hurt my knee and could barely walk to the bathroom. WeeCan saved me the trip." -- Pee All That You Can Pee

"In the paradise of Santa Barbara California, things can still happen. Living in the foothills gives a great view, and every few years a fire threat. If a power pole burns, the electricity goes and the water-well pumps stop. "Uhhhh. The water stopped to the faucets and toilet. Now what?" Water gets extra precious real quick." -- Different View

"How about a Winter in Killington Vermont. With lots of granite and shallow soil, the water pipes sometimes freeze. No water. No heat. No toilets. No fun." -- Yellow Snow Cones

"How about unusual droughts in the West? We're playing the odds. We can increase them by saving water or at least wasting less water." -- Shaken & Stirred

"Pee all that you can pee." -- Urine the club

"Pee here now." -- Urine Control

"Aiming to save water, energy, time, discomfort, and more, one drop at a time." -- A Shot in the Dark


"Is 'Peecycling' the Next Wave in Sustainable Living?", National Georgraphic

"Gee Whiz: Human Urine Is Shown to Be an Effective Agricultural Fertilizer", Scientific American

"8 Reasons Why You Should Pee in Your Garden", LifeHack

"Peecycling - DME - University of Michigan"

"Should We Return The Nutrients In Our Pee Back To The Farm?"

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