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We just bought a wonderful house that will allow for me to garden, have chickens and horses! Of course, we are on a well and septic for the first time ever. I've noticed the that all the toilets in the house are the old kind... not the low-flush (1.6gal?) type. The house is 16 years old. Would there be any problem or reason why we couldn't switch out the toilets for the lower water usage type? I would think that having less water come out of the well and go into the septic would be a good thing, but maybe the toilets wouldn't work correctly on a septic system? What do you think?
I will say, I don't love the low flow toilets. We often need to flush more than once to get the solid stuff down.
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