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Why Choose Mediation Infographic

Why Choose Mediation Infographic | Infographics | Scoop.it
We've put together a fun little infographic for you with some quick facts about why people choose to hire a divorce or family mediator over a divorce or family attorney.
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Automotive Facts and Trivia

Automotive Facts and Trivia | Infographics | Scoop.it
Having cars made the American people more mobile. People could live farther from their places of work and from their schools. Having cars changed the American neighborhood, making stores and services further apart.
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9 Web Design Trends to Rise in Popularity this 2018

9 Web Design Trends to Rise in Popularity this 2018 | Infographics | Scoop.it
From chatbots and VR to bold colors and interactive animations, there are a lot of new web design trends to look forward to in 2018. To help you see what the new year has in store, we’ve put together a list of nine 2018 web design trends guaranteed to rise in popularity.
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Prepare your Car for a Weekend trip to the Barossa Valley

Prepare your Car for a Weekend trip to the Barossa Valley | Infographics | Scoop.it
Adelaide has one of the world's best wine regions on its doorstep, but there is so much to the Barossa than a simple boozy bus trip. Here are some tips to help you make the most of a weekend in the Barossa.
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Australian Bed Sizes & Mattress Dimensions Chart by Betterbed

Australian Bed Sizes & Mattress Dimensions Chart by Betterbed | Infographics | Scoop.it
Choosing the right sized mattress can be a struggle. Many Australian shoppers misjudge bed dimensions, and end up settling for one that's too large or too small. To avoid mattress mistakes, Betterbed designed this bed sizes chart to help you find the best mattress size for you. Sleep tight.
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Flowmaster Vs Magnaflow Exhaust | Tdot Performance

Flowmaster Vs Magnaflow Exhaust | Tdot Performance | Infographics | Scoop.it
This is an infographic describing the difference between Flowmaster from that of Magnaflow. So which is the best exhaust system for your car? What is the best exhaust system for a car? Is it Magnaflow or Flowmaster? Whether you drive a car, a truck or a SUV, it is very likely that you will find a great exhaust system from both companies. For some, the choice between exhaust systems is all about the raw sound while others will choose based on brand loyalty. A comparison between the two companies will help consumers choose the exhaust system that is perfect for the vehicle. Flowmaster was founded by Ray Flugger on 1983. The company has two locations totalling more than 400,000 square feet in Santa Rosa California and West Sacramento, California. On the other hand, Magnaflow was founded by Jerry Paolone on 1981. Facilities include 50,000 square foot headquarters in Rancho Santa Margarita, a 280,000 square foot manufacturing and distribution center in Oceanside, a secondary 125,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Ranch Santa Margarita and a 30,000 square foot research and development tech center; there is also a European headquarters in Rome. Both are manufactured in USA. The muffler design for Flowmasrer is chambered while Magnaflow is straight-through. Flowmaster offers lifetime limited warranty on all the stainless steel exhaust systems and mufflers. Magnaflow offers lifetime warranty on most of their performance exhaust products.
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Pros and Cons for foreigners living in Chiang Mai Thailand

Pros and Cons for foreigners living in Chiang Mai Thailand | Infographics | Scoop.it
Chiang Mai from a foreigner's point of view the pros and cons of living in Chiang Mai. The list of good and bad isn't by any means a definitive list. It lists the pros and cons from a matter of practicality from the eyes of someone actually living in Chiang Mai who has also lived in the western world. The unique thing, however, is that it's written by a Thai who hasn't lost her Thai pride and beliefs but has recognized a number of western ways of doing things that can bring advantages to the table.
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THE TOP 10 MUSIC SCENES IN CHICAGO TO CHECK OUT THIS SUMMER (INFOGRAPHIC) 

THE TOP 10 MUSIC SCENES IN CHICAGO TO CHECK OUT THIS SUMMER (INFOGRAPHIC)  | Infographics | Scoop.it
Chicago has a lot to offer in the way of entertainment for the music enthusiast. We've pulled together 10 venues and events that you'll want to be sure to check out when in town. And, in case the infographic doesn't load, we've written out our list for you right here. 1. Empty Bottle: The Empty Bottle is the place to be if you want to see bands before they make it big. This Ukrainian Village dive's intimate space fits 400 and in August you can in their awesomely experimental Million Tongues Festival. 2. Metro: Names like The Smashing Pumpkins, Eddie Vedder, and Guns N' Roses are synonymous with the Metro. Aside from the name-dropping, the Metro's 1,000-capacity room is plain and simple an awesome way to take in a show. The sound is crystal clear and the rock club vibe is the perfect combination of edgy and cool. 3. The Hideout: If you don't have a good time at The Hideout, you're something different. Located in an 1890s balloon-frame house, its live music room, poetry readings, and bingo nights make it feel like something right out of your parents' basement in all the right ways. 4. Thalia Hall: Modeled after Prague's opera house, Thalia Hall offers a diverse lineup that includes the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Neurosis, and Lake Street Dive. Take in the show from an Abe Lincoln-esque balcony then head next door to the Michelin-starred restaurant Dusek's or sample the punch bowls at its downstairs bar, Punch House. 5. Schuba's Tavern: Schubas is an awesome corner bar with an adjacent dining room serving up some serious mac & cheese. But all the action is in the back room, where up-and-coming artists -- often of the quieter singer/songwriter persuasion with an occasional wild rock show or hip-hop gig - can be seen on stage most nights of the week. 6. Green Mill: When the concert is over but you're still jonesing for some music, skip the club in favor of this former Al Capone hangout where you can catch an after-hours live jazz party with Sabertooth in a swanky setting until 5am. Not really a difficult choice if you ask us. 7. Wickerpark Fest: Large music fests like Lollapalooza are great and all, but to truly experience a Chicago summer is to attend a city street festival. When it comes to music, none is finer than this long-running neighborhood event featuring 40 artists on three stages all for a $10 donation. 8. Lollapalooza: Perry Farrell's annual Grant Park throw-down is always full of fun surprises and you're always guaranteed to run into at least three random people you know from high school. All around, it's a good time had by all. 9. North Coast Music Festival: In all of the hoopla over Lolla, this Annual Labor Day weekend festival tends to be overlooked, but it really shouldn't. The North Coast Music Festival's music lineup is consistently eclectic and the vibe is wonderfully laid-back and easy, like any good festival should be. 10. Riot Fest: In recent years, Riot Fest has slowly risen to the top to become known as the best music festival in Chicago. With uniquely excellent lineups that include names like Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, M.I.A., and the Wu-Tang Clan Riot Fest is sure to be three of the most fun days you can take attend in the Windy City.
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The Top 5 Music & Dance Bucket List Items for New Orleans NOLA (Infographic)

The Top 5 Music & Dance Bucket List Items for New Orleans NOLA (Infographic) | Infographics | Scoop.it
When visiting a world-renowned music and dance destination like New Orleans Louisiana, widdling down a "must-do" list can prove to be somewhat of an impossible task. However, we've tried to get you the barest of bones, these are the basic of basic, items of things to check off your list when in New Orleans LA. And, in case the infographic doesn't load, we've written out what those 5 things are right here. 1.) Attend Jazz Fest: Attend every day of (and eat at least 1 item from every food vendor at) The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (Jazz Fest). Anyone can hit a single day or even a weekend of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival but it takes real strength of character, a fair bit of money, and plenty of sunscreen to attend all 7 days and sample at least 1 item from all 74 food vendors on the fairgrounds. 2.) Club Hop The Marigny: Because many of the music venues in the famous Marigny Triangle don’t have a cover charge, club hopping along Frenchmen’s 600 block is not by any means “undoable”. Visit D.B.A. (offering more than 160 beers and featuring local acts that are a part of NOLA’s famous musical family), the Spotted Cat Music Club (a tiny club that delivers local music from brassy jazz combos to acoustic strummers), the classic Snug Harbor (where on Friday nights Ellis Marsalis, patriarch of the Marsalis clan, holds court upstairs), The Penthouse for the Buena Vista Social at The Maison (offering a high-energy mix of salsa, bachata, and reggaeton), & Mojitos (hosting a great lineup of live music and dance). 3.) Request a Tune for the Dueling Piano’s: You won’t want to miss checking out Pat O’Brien’s. Although now a franchised business and found in many states, the original in New Orleans is and was made famous for it’s Old French Quarter architecture, dueling pianos, & it’s contributions to what is now commonly known as a hurricane drink. This is authentic as it gets and more fun than most can handle. 4.) Parade in a Second Line: One of the best things about New Orleans is that sometimes, seemingly out of nowhere, a second line parade just starts rolling down the street. When that happens, you drop everything and roll with them. The "first line" makes up the members of the actual club and the brass band. Those who follow the club and band just to enjoy the music are called the "second line." Dozens of different second line parades are put on throughout the year and range in size, the level of organization and traditions. But in all cases, they will include a brass band, jubilant dancing in the street and members decked out in a wardrobe of bright colors with the spontaneous energy of a block party. The parades are not tied to any particular event, holiday or commemoration; rather, they are generally held for their own sake (or in the wake of a funeral in historic fashion) and to let the good times roll. 5.) Hear the Church choir at St. Louis Cathedral: Religious music is far from boring in New Orleans and few cities in the world are as instantly recognizable by their buildings as is New Orleans by the St. Louis Cathedral and its position overlooking Jackson Square. Take in the St. Louis Cathedral Church Choir alongside the amazing Jazz Fest Shabbat at Touro Synagogue, the Trinity Church Organ Series, and the Soulful Voices Choir at St. Augustine Church to get a musical experience unlike any other.
 
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Atlanta’s Best Music & Dance Festivals of 2017

Atlanta’s Best Music & Dance Festivals of 2017 | Infographics | Scoop.it
If you’re anything like us, you’re always looking for the next best party. Don’t miss some of the greatest music & dance festivals Atlanta, GA has to offer. Grab your boo and make your way into the heart of the city. You won’t want to miss these. Trust us. And in case the infographic doesn’t load, we’ve written out the party info right here. 60 TONS: That’s how much sand the June 16th “Summer in the City… Where Beach Meets the Streets” will be dumping onto Decatur Square to make sure your summer kicks off right. Best part is… this year the gates are gone and admission is free! KOUMBASSA: Take in a concert and a class with the world’s most sought-after teacher of Guinea-style African dance, Youssouf Koumbassa! The 3-day Atlanta African Dance & Drum Festival continues to be recognized as the Southeast’s destination conference for the best in traditional and modern African dance. Hosted at the Covenant House Georgia Sep 28th-Sep 30th. 7 HOURS: That’s how many hours of live blues and bluegrass music you’ll get to take in at the Decatur BBQ Blues & Bluegrass Festival. A family friendly event with all the sights, sounds, and smells of classic southern BBQ at Harmony Park on Aug 17th. 4 DJ’S: 4 DJ’s bring house music to Grant Park this year on Sep 3rd. “House in the Park” has been lovingly coined as ”Atlanta’s Ultimate Picnic for House Heads”. “You can come with no food, no water, and no family and you will leave with a belly full, thirst quenched, and a new family.” JERK: Hold up, we’re not insulting you! We’re just referencing the “Atlanta Jerk Fest”! The only one of its kind in Georgia and one of the top rated Caribbean Festivals in the nation! Plan on getting down to reggae & dancehall music. 60,000: That’s how many show up for the “awe-inspiring spectacle of lights and sounds” that is “The Atlanta Beltline Lantern Parade: The Largest Temporary Art Exhibition in the South”. The glowing procession of light, music, and color will illuminate the Eastside Trail on Sep 9th.
 
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From Wastewater to Drinking Water 

From Wastewater to Drinking Water  | Infographics | Scoop.it
Recycling water is the process where wastewater is converted into water that can be reused for other purposes like irrigation for gardens and agricultural fields or replenishment of groundwater or surface water. In some instances, recycled water that comes from your bathroom fulfills certain needs in residences, businesses and industries or treated to reach the standards of drinking water. When recycling wastewater into drinking water, sewage goes through advanced primary treatment where water is separated from large particles. It then enters the sedimentation tanks where chemicals are added to the mix to make primary sludge settle to the bottom and scum to rise to the top. Once water is separated out and 80% of solids removed, the remaining liquid is clean enough to be released to the ocean or subject to secondary treatment. In the secondary treatment, bacteria are added to remaining liquid/wastewater to ingest organic solids and produce secondary sludge that settles to the bottom. Tertiary treatment filters water to remove whatever solids remain, disinfects it with chlorine and removes the salt. For Indirect Potable Reuse, wherein recycled water becomes drinking water, tertiary-treated water undergoes advanced water technology, and then spends time in groundwater or surface water like a reservoir before being sent to drinking water supplies.
 
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10 Facts About Asphalt You May Not Know

10 Facts About Asphalt You May Not Know | Infographics | Scoop.it
We’ve put together 10 fun asphalt facts for your entertainment. And, in case the infographic doesn’t load, we’ve written out what those 10 fascinating facts are right here. 1.) 90% of roads in the United States are made of asphalt. 2.) Bitumen is the glue that holds roads together and is a byproduct of crude oil processing. 3.) 120 million tons of Bitumen are used every year to construct roads. 4.) King George V was still on the throne when asphalt began being manufactured in the 1920’s. 5.) Sir Christopher Columbus reportedly used asphalt to waterproof his ships. 6.) One layer of asphalt can last for up to 60 years. 7.) Asphalt can easily be reclaimed and reused making it not only 100% recyclable but also sustainable. 8.) Asphalt is also known as the quiet pavement. 9.) Asphalt does not leach petroleum. 10.) Asphalt can be used as an effective stormwater management solution.
 
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A Brief Guide to Personal Loans 

A Brief Guide to Personal Loans  | Infographics | Scoop.it
A personal loan is a consumer loan granted for personal (medical), family (education, vacation) or household (extension, repairs or purchase of appliances) use. The types of personal loans include signature loans, personal loan for bad credit, personal loans for good credit, vacation loans, medical loans, wedding loans, and home improvement loans. Prime lenders offers conventional loan products to customers who meet certain lending criteria that include requirements for income levels, assets and credit rating. Sub-prime lenders are for consumers with low credit scores, low incomes, history of late bill payments, past bankruptcies, and other factors that make them fall short of prime lender’s criteria. Credit Score Rating is an assessment of a borrower’s credit worthiness. It determines whether a borrower will be approved of a loan. To have a good credit score rating, always pay your bills on time. Avoid credit card debt and avoid maxing out the credit card. Start establishing a credit history as soon as you can by getting a credit card early and using it responsibly. Do not apply for too much credit at once. And check credit reports at least once per year. If there is a mistake, have it corrected as soon as you can.
 
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What are suspension systems?

What are suspension systems? | Infographics | Scoop.it
It is a system comprised of a number of components; the tries, springs, links, and shock absorbers that connect the wheels to a car so that it can move, in response to the power generated by the piston engine. Vehicle dynamics explain a car's ability to accelerate or brake without creating physical discomfort to the driver.
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Bathroom Furniture Planning Infographic

Bathroom Furniture Planning Infographic | Infographics | Scoop.it
We have designed and developed this Info Graphic to help you with making the right decisions when purchasing furniture for your Bathrooms. There are many things that you should be taking into consideration with item shapes and sizes being the more obvious decisions you should be planning for.
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Neosupreme vs Neoprene seat covers

Neosupreme vs Neoprene seat covers | Infographics | Scoop.it
Neosupreme and Neoprene have similarities and differences. Both fabrics are great for seat covers. This infographic compares the two materials.
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Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract

Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract | Infographics | Scoop.it
Kyolic aged garlic extract is sourced from natural garlic and then aged for 20 months for peak results. The ageing process transforms the natural sulfur in the garlic into an antioxidant powder. Best of all, it is completely odourless.
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Ocular Migraines Explained

Ocular Migraines Explained | Infographics | Scoop.it
Ocular migraines are painless, temporary visual disturbances that can affect one or both eyes. If you experience an ocular migraine, do not be alarmed because it is typically harmless and will resolve without medication within 20 to 30 minutes. Similar to other types of migraine, the underlying cause for migraines with visual symptoms have not been definitely established. Many researchers believe that the symptoms are caused by short-lived reduction in blood flow which may be caused by spasm in the blood vessels. Some experts feel that ocular migraine is related to changes that occur across the nerve cells in the retina. Ocular migraine usually goes away within 30 minutes that is why some people do not require treatment, however; it is best to stop what you are doing and rest your eyes until the vision gets back to normal. If you have a headache, take a pain reliever recommended by a doctor that includes: Aspirin, drugs that treat epilepsy, Tricyclic anti-depressants, and blood pressure medicines or beta blockers. Ocular migraine is rare. It affects 1 out of 200 persons who have migraines. Some research says that symptoms may be due to other problems. Regular migraines can cause vision problems called an aura. Aura involves flashing lights and blind spots in the vision. Symptoms can appear on both eyes.
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What Wikipedia can't tell you about Chiang Mai Pros and Cons

What Wikipedia can't tell you about Chiang Mai Pros and Cons | Infographics | Scoop.it
Chiang Mai from a foreigner's point of view the pros and cons of living in Chiang Mai. The list of good and bad isn't by any means a definitive list. It lists the pros and cons from a matter of practicality from the eyes of someone actually living in Chiang Mai who has also lived in the western world. The unique thing, however, is that it's written by a Thai who hasn't lost her Thai pride and beliefs but has recognized a number of western ways of doing things that can bring advantages to the table.
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Why Vaping Is Cooler and Better than Cigarette Smoking 

Why Vaping Is Cooler and Better than Cigarette Smoking  | Infographics | Scoop.it
An E-Cigarette is a cigarette-sized tube with a colored LED light on the end, containing a battery and an atomizer cartridge that holds liquid. The solutions are often referred to as e-liquid or e-juice. Typically, they contain hundreds of flavors. For those desiring nicotine without smoke, the solution contains nicotine dissolved in propylene glycol and/or vegetable glycerin - both common food additives. Nicotine doses in the cartridges are rated in low, medium, high, and zero nicotine. The high strength cartridge has the nicotine equivalent of a regular cigarette, though some have been known to exceed that. Vaping has lower health risk. The availability of interesting E-juice flavors makes vaping more enjoyable. It does not produce odor and residue like cigarette smoke. Emissions are minimally invasive and pose no health threats to bystanders. E-Juice flavors are mildly pleasant. It is socially acceptable in places where smoking is not allowed. You do not have to step out of the office or a bar to vape. It does not cause addiction. Many smokers who cannot quit smoking have switched to vaping and found out that it helps them abstain from smoking for long periods. Total nicotine intake is substantially reduced. Vaping is tobacco-free and in some cases, nicotine-free.
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Important SEO Stats for 2017

Important SEO Stats for 2017 | Infographics | Scoop.it
This infographic shows how integral search engine optimisation (SE0) has become for websites that sell products and services online. The research speaks for itself - a business simply can't afford to ignore the benefits of ranking well in search.
 
 
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10 Amazing Facts About Your Teeth (Infographic) 

10 Amazing Facts About Your Teeth (Infographic)  | Infographics | Scoop.it
Everyone likes a fun fact list and we here at the office of Franklin Dentist Tate Eble, DDS are no exception. Check out the infographic we’ve created on “10 Amazing Facts About Your Teeth!”. And just in case the image doesn’t load, we’ve listed out the fun facts for you right here. 1.) 14 Million Gallons: That’s how many gallons of toothpaste consumers in the US buy per year. 2.) 38 Days: That’s how many days over the course of your life you’ll spend brushing your teeth. 3.) Milk: A knocked out tooth will begin to die within 15 minutes. You can extend the life of the tooth by placing it in milk. 4.) 2 Swimming Pools: That’s how much saliva you will produce over the course of your lifetime! 5.) Mosquitoes: Mosquitoes have teeth… about 47 to be exact. How’s that for unsettling? 6.) Fingerprint: Everyone knows that no two fingerprints are alike. But did you know no two tongue prints are alike?! 7.) Candy: Think candy consumption is a bigger problem with adolescents? Think again. 65% of candy consumption in the US is had by adults. 8.) Tooth Decay: Is the most common childhood disease. 9.) George Washington: At the time of his inauguration, he only had one real tooth. 10.) 7.347 Billion: The number of people that currently populate the earth. Still not as high as the number bacteria that live in your mouth!
 
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5 of Memphis' Most Unique Music & Dance Events

5 of Memphis' Most Unique Music & Dance Events | Infographics | Scoop.it
Looking for a unique dance or music event in Memphis, TN? Don't miss some of the greatest music & dance events Memphis has to offer. Grab your crew and make your way into the heart of the city. You'll be glad you didn’t miss these. Trust us. And in case the infographic doesn’t load, we’ve written out the party info right here. PLAY THE DRUMS OR SWING ON THE POLE: Take in neon string lights, a smoke-filled hall, a light-up dance floor, an interactive drum kit and the famous pole at Paula & Raiford’s Disco. POP-UP OPERA: Every year for the whole month of September, Opera Memphis takes to the streets for 30 days of pop-up performances all around town. CHALK DANCE: Local artists and neighbors alike transform the Brooks Plaza into a masterpiece with chalk in hand at the Brooks Museum of Art Annual ChalkFest. Live music and dance performances throughout the day. LIPSYNC CHAMPIONSHIPS: Do you have what it takes to be a lip-sync star? You don’t have to be able to sing, just LOOK like it. LipSync Plus is a lip-syncing competition that pits local celebrities against finalists from the community. Winners perform live at the Hard Rock Café. BIRTHDAY BASH FOR THE KING: For three days, celebrate all things Elvis at Memphis’ Birthday Bash for the King— from sing-a-longs and tours to auctions and cake, this birthday bash is fit for a King – the King of Rock and Roll.
 
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How to solve the Problem of Indebtedness 

How to solve the Problem of Indebtedness  | Infographics | Scoop.it
Debt has become a way of life for most Americans with the overall household debt increasing by 11% in the past decade. People who are in debt do not necessarily spend more than their means. The rapid increase in medical and housing costs has dwarfed income growth. Families are challenged to make ends meet that is why they have to turn to credit cards and loans. If you have high credit card balances, high interest rates and find out that you have very little money left at the end of the month, United Debt Services may be your best option. For more info please go to http://uniteddebtservices.com/
 
 
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Plumbing Fun Facts from a Nolensville Plumber

Plumbing Fun Facts from a Nolensville Plumber | Infographics | Scoop.it
We’ve put together 10 fun plumbing facts for your entertainment. And, in case the infographic doesn’t load, we’ve written out what those 10 fascinating facts right here. 1. 3,000 gallons of water are wasted per year by a faucet that leaks one drop per second. 2. The word plumbing derives from the Latin word “Plumbum” which translates to “lead” because, originally, all plumbing pipes were made of lead. 3. Sir John Harrington invented the first flush toilet. Only 2 were made. One for himself and one for his godmother, Queen Elizabeth. 4. 10,000 gallons of water are wasted per year by leaks throughout the home. That’s enough to fill a swimming pool! 5. 4 gallons of water are wasted by leaving the water running while brushing your teeth. 6. 20 unnecessary flushes (or 24 gallons of water) are lost every day by a leaky toilet. 7. 40 gallons are used, on average, for a hot 20-min shower. 8. 90% of toilet clogs can be fixed using only a plunger. 9. It takes 10 gallons of hot water, on average, to run a dishwasher. 10. The average American uses 150 gallons of water per day.
 
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