Something I thought about the other day. Disney must spend a small fortune each and every day when people in the resort flush the toilet. I think the main reason I was thinking about this, is that a lot of places I have been recently have moved to the "waterless" variety. As if this conversion wasn't enough, you are always greeted with a sign stating their decision to go waterless, and their commitment to the environment, and how they are saving x amount of gallons per day. Obviously this doesn't apply to everything, the sit down variety still has some water, but even those are converting to "low flow" these days. Probably cost a small fortune to upgrade a bathroom to this new "waterless" and "low flow" tech, but sounds great to me if it is helping save some water and puts a penny back in the business pocket. Many zoo's and aquariums who have limited budgets are able to do this and promote it as saving the environment, while saving them a couple bucks. What about Disneyland... not like they are hurting for money there. Granted at this point there is a plan in the works to recycle waste water into drinking water anyways... not a big fan of that sorry, no matter how you try to dress it up that water wasn't always clean... so I was wondering what others thought. Should Disneyland go waterless?
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A waterless Disneyland? (bathrooms)
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