In United States Becomes a law from the time of the President of the United States Donald Trump Re-regulated the flow of water from the shower heads. Trump had complained during his tenure that he was not getting enough moisture due to the showerhead limit. This limit was once introduced to save water.
The Ministry of Energy is now returning to the 2013 level, and since 1992 federal law has ruled that new rain heads should not emit more than 9.5 liters per minute. However, the rule change will not have any practical consequences because all commercially available shower heads still comply with the time rules.
The regulation came into effect in December by the Trump administration Allowed 9.5 liters per minute per nozzle, Not a shower head. With modern shower heads with multiple nozzles, a significantly larger volume of water would be possible. Consumer and environmental groups criticized the rule change as ridiculous, unnecessary and futile.
Returning to the old order should bring savings
By reverting to the old regulation, the energy sector expects savings of about $ 38 per household per year. The rule change is due to be published in the Federal Register next week.
Trump relied on the benefits of hair washing by suspending the limit. He had complained several times in the past that the water was running too slow. “Then what are you doing? You stand there for a long time, you shower for a long time, ”Trump said in a speech. “I don’t know what your look is like, but my hair should be right.”