Even with new toilets averaging 1.6 gallons per flush toilets consume 27 % of the water in the home. You can save water and money by checking for leaks, replacing your flapper and installing a fill cycle diverter or upgrading to a high-effiency toilet. New low-flow toilets typically use two methods of flushing. Most consumer households use gravity flush toilets which use water weight and gravity to remove waste. but may be more prone to clogs. Consumers who lack fiber in their diet may want to consider toilets that use a pressure assisted flush. Pressure assisted toilets use pressure from the water supply to create a powerful flush to expel waste. They really get the job done but you’ll will have to put up with higher maintenance costs and a noisy flush!