Washing Machine- 1 cup of Water

  peter99co 17:31 09 Jun 2008

This idea will save a lot of water!

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  Quickbeam 17:52 09 Jun 2008

Is it a doll's house washer...?

  The Brigadier 17:57 09 Jun 2008

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  Forum Editor 19:20 09 Jun 2008

seems OK to me.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 19:31 09 Jun 2008

Back to hitting your clothes on a rock (at the side of the river) even though the rocks are plastic.

Wonder how they get the dirt out of the plastic beads?

  SB23 19:38 09 Jun 2008

With my 5, constantly dirty children, and my washing machine only getting Xmas day off, seems like a fantastic idea, especially if you live in an area that uses water meters.

  Grey Goo 21:29 09 Jun 2008

Wonder what they will do with the 80,000 metric tons of used chips produced annually.

  peter99co 22:58 09 Jun 2008

Wot Chips are they?

  Grey Goo 23:29 09 Jun 2008
  peter99co 12:01 10 Jun 2008

I suppose it depends on whether they recycle after 100 washes and who does it. A hundred washes would last two years in my house. They do say though some washers are used three times a week. It seems anything like this is a compromise between saving water and creating another waste material.

It is worth remembering that the water on the planet is the only water we have and that it has recycled a few times. But there is none available from anywhere else, unless we get hit by a comet.

  The Brigadier 12:12 10 Jun 2008

How big is the cup of water?

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