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Showerloop DIY Shower Water Recycling System: Rinse & Repeat

by Lambert Varias
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Showerheads such as the Nebia save water by dispersing it over a wide area. The Showerloop on the other hand captures used water, cleans it and feeds it back to the showerhead. Inventors Jason Selvaran and Eduard Kobak says it can save you up to 33,000L of water and up to 1Mwh of electricity per person per year.

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Showerloop pumps used shower water through a filtration system consisting of a screen filter, a microfiber filter, compressed sand, activated carbon and a UV lamp. Jason claims that the filtered water is so clean that it’s safe enough to drink. The filters should last between 1 to 2 years before they need to be replaced.

If you’re ready to get your hands dirty, check out Showerloop’s guide on Instructables to find out how you can set it up in your home. Jason and his colleagues plan to sell a DIY kit starting this February or March.

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