A "water saving shower" can categorically, not, be elaborated unless also working on an "energy saving shower" as well.

After this, comparatively vast savings of water occur because conversely, in a normal showering system of the primitive variety, those vast quantities of hot water are required to merely replace the loss of thermal potential that typically occurs throughout the shower enclosure.

Particularly through the roof, and/or out through the exhaust fan.

It is a harsh realization indeed, to consider that the mechanical similarities of a typical domestic showering installation is in almost every way identical to the mechanical operation of a typical commercial cooling tower..

This empirically vast loss of thermal potential does not all, "just end up going down the drain".

This is a rather naive and more recent contemporary urban theory.

In fact, the greater part of the thermal loss occurs through the ventilation fan, and into concrete, glass, metal, and any other thermal masses that exist in and around the primitive contemporary showering apparatus.

With all the focus on the main attractor of attention being the shower head, has there ever been any real "shower science" here?

The purpose of this new scientific material for the green wikia is to begin to unfold a dramatic breakthrough in showering system design.

During many years of testing and elaborating a new hybrid showering system, it is a ripe time in our history of incredible waste to rethink the shower with some real science that is not pathologically obsessed with shower heads.

it is hoped you visit this site often since the new improvements are seismic.

The new science and the methodology of implementing it, results in staggering reductions of water and energy use.

It is the most exciting thing to happen to the bathroom in centuries.

I will look forwards to contributing.

michele collalto.. michele collalto 00:13, 5 September 2008 (UTC)