This faucet turns tap water into a fine mist & reduces water use by 98%

altered-nozzle-mistThe Altered:Nozzle turns tap water into a fine mist to radically reduce the amount of water needed for many common tasks.

A new entry into the water conservation market promises a 98% reduction in water use, by atomizing the water coming through it while enabling the water to do the same amount of work, yet with huge savings. Similar in concept to the Nebia showerhead, the Altered:Nozzle effectively optimizes the use of the water flowing out of the faucet instead of letting it just flood out over and past the task at hand, whether it’s washing your hands or rinsing vegetables or doing the dishes.

We probably all know about the aerators that are installed on faucets, which have a dual purpose of reducing the amount of water flowing out of the faucet (due to being mixed with air), while also delivering a stream of water that’s much less likely to splash out of the sink, but this new faucet accessory takes that to a whole new level by reducing water use by up to 98%.

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