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    I replaced my toilet in my condo.

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    Checking for leaky toilet tanks is incredibly easy. At our city apartment apparently the building had a leak somewhere so they did this. Basically they just put blue dye in the tank and then came back later to see if there was blue dye in the bowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp1 View Post
    Checking for leaky toilet tanks is incredibly easy. At our city apartment apparently the building had a leak somewhere so they did this. Basically they just put blue dye in the tank and then came back later to see if there was blue dye in the bowl.
    You can also check by dumping a bucket of water in the toilet. That pushes the water out of the bowl and lets you pour in just enough to cover the trap. Do it right before you go to bed, and if the water level is still the same in the morning, you're good. If the bowl has partially refilled, you've got a leak. No dye needed.

    BTW: This bucket dump method is also a good way to clean stubborn guck at the water line, because it lowers the water level enough for you to spray cleaner on the stubborn area and let it sit long enough to soften the guck.

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    The local crisis reports should be spotlighted.
    What is the best way to make it less speculative?
    Fires, floods and extremely hot weather this year is a fact.
    Environmental awareness not only shows growth in the media, but also takes its steps.

    1. On-earth adaptive learning and local information gathering and analysis for at least short-term reaction on local ecosystems survival implementation is proposed to be spotlighted.

    Transformational ecology and climate change:
    https://www.science.org/doi/full/10.1126/science.abj6777?et_rid=785235910&utm_campaign=toc_ sci-mag_2021-09-02&af=R&et_cid=3906312

    2. Space, Climate Change, and International Cooperation: SWFoundation and British Embassy are hosting an experts panel role in monitoring and tackling climate change.

    These actions need strong, modern technology based companies to get involved. One of the key features of success in space technology is the engagement of many countries and companies at the same time in order to have fast action due to the complexity of these projects.

    It is possible to get the relevant example from Skyrora, the UK private rocket launch company.
    https://www.skyrora.com/blog/tag/space-technology.


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    The plumber who came yesterday did not turn up the water pressure. Yay!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yppej View Post
    The plumber who came yesterday did not turn up the water pressure. Yay!!


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