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 - Oct 29, 2007
With water restrictions in place in many U.S. states, a demand for water conservation technologies is steadily rising. The Water-Leech is a portable water filter that collects up to 90 mm of water that would normally be wasted from showers, baths and even washing machines. It's a great solution to the growing search to become more eco-efficient in our use of precious resources.

The Australian invention is being promoted under the tagline, "With a Water-Leech, there are virtually no water restrictions."

"The Water-Leech is a sleek and practical design constructed of Impact and chemical resistant plastics," the company says on their site. "Utilising strong but relatively small whisper quiet pumps powered by a 12 volt rechargeable power pack (charger included), the Water-Leech is the sensible answer to effective grey water collection from your shower, bath or laundry."

This website is worth checking out just for the Aussie accents! Maybe it's just a girl thing, but the voices from down under just sound so sexy. Either way, turn on your speakers if you check out the page.