U.S. to ease water regulations after Trump's shower moan

The U.S. government is easing regulations on shower fittings in the wake of complaints by President Donald Trump, who is regularly jailed’ for violating water conservation regulations in the search for "perfect hair".

U.S. to ease water regulations after Trump's shower moan

On Wednesday, the Department of Energy (DOE) proposed to amend the definition of the showerhead to allow multiple showerheads in single fitting, President George H.W. W. Bush.

The 1992 regulations used a maximum of 2.5 gallons of water per minute for rainfall, but this amendment would apply to each showerhead instead of a shower fitting.

The announcement came after Trump complained about the lack of water pressure at the event.

"Showerheads - you take a bath, water does not come out," announced at the White House in July, a rollback of the rules.

"You have to wash your hands, no water. So what do you do? Do you stand there or do’ you bathe too long? Because my hair - I do not know about you, but it's right.

Bathroom fittings and water pressure have long been a bug bear for the president.

He told reporters in December that the environmental protection agency was "looking very closely at the sink and other aspects of the shower and bathroom".

"They bathe the water drops. It falls very calmly. People defecate 10 times at once, rather than once, they use more water," Trump said.

"So the EPA is looking at my suggestion very strongly."

Andrew Delaski, executive director of the Energy Conservation Group Equipment Standards Awareness Project said the plan was part of Trump's false complaint that toilets, faucets, and other housing had been damaged’ by federal efficiency standards. "

"The DOE has proposed a rule to approve new showerheads that waste huge amounts of water and energy, which will increase utility bills and greenhouse gas emissions," he said in a blog post. Said.


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