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Evaluation of the Environmental and Economic Impacts on the Life Cycle of Different Solutions for Toilet Flush Systems
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ting 99.78% of all energy consumed in the first scenario, 98.94% in the second scenario and 91.73% in the third scenario. Globally, this industry consumes 60% of raw materials extracted from the lithosphere [4] and requires up to 40% of the total energy demand in industrialized countries replacement
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  • ting 99.78% of all energy consumed in the first scenario, 98.94% in the second scenario and 91.73% in the third scenario.
  • Globally, this industry consumes 60% of raw materials extracted from the lithosphere [4] and requires up to 40% of the total energy demand in industrialized countries
  • replacement of the single-flush valve devices by dual-flush valve devices in the flush valves of the toilets reduced water consumption, energy consumption, and global warming potential in the analyzed scenarios.
  • of concrete and mortar in the greywater treatment system
  • 1, 2, and 3, respectively, equal to 3022.99, 2540.13, and 4031.01 kg CO2 equivalent.

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