Two Bit da Vinci is wrong when he says:
"The smaller unit, the tsunami 500 can produce between 0.5 and 8 gallons per hour or up to 200 gallons per day. With the smaller unit, you'd be able to produce over 60 percent of your daily water needs or about three times your daily needs if you're single."
In fact, it is non-sense to imagine covering our daily water needs with new sources of perfect drinking water, like the Tsunami unit he reviews.
Because what are we using that water for? One-fourth goes to flush the toilets, another fifth is used in the shower, 17% wash our clothes, 12% simply leak out, and 8% serve a variety of additional uses.
So only 19% actually flows from the tap and could eventually be drunk, even if, in fact, the average American only drinks 0.5% of that, still assuming he never goes for bottled water.
The 50 Liter Home coalition actually demonstrated that we could turn those household water uses on their head and fully thrive with 50 Liters a day.
So the day we all equip ourselves right, that Tsunami unit would cover the needs of 15 households!
That's why, Two Bit da Vinci is wrong!
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