10 Minutes, 120 Litres – that’s how much water we use in one shower.

It’s morning, and you step into your shower, ready to rinse away the overnight grime and start your day fresh. But instead, you get a surprise – it’s last night’s shower water making a grand return, produced from the Grohe Everstream.


Now, I don’t know about you, but the idea of bathing in recycled water may not be the most appealing thought that crosses your mind. You start wondering if this recycled water is carrying an unwanted ensemble of scum, dead skin cells, bacteria, and heaven forbid, even viruses.

But hold your loofahs, folks, because the future of reusing shower water in a squeaky clean way might not be so far off, thanks to the ingenuity of companies like Grohe. These trailblazers in sustainable water-saving solutions are paving the way for a water-conscious Singapore with their game-changing Everstream system.

So, what’s the deal with this Everstream wizardry? In recycle-water mode, it collects the used water, maintains that perfect temperature you love, and goes the extra mile to ensure hygienic treatment for the next user. That means no lingering traces of bacteria, dead skin cells, dirt, or even those pesky soap remnants hanging around to spoil the fun.

Now, beyond being practical, Grohe is a brand with a deeper purpose. In a water-stressed country like ours, we’re guzzling up a whopping 430 million gallons of water every day. That’s enough water to fill not one, but 782 Olympic-sized swimming pools!

It’s high time we rally behind innovative water-saving solutions, and that’s precisely what Grohe is all about.

Compared to those traditional showers we’ve been using, the Everstream system is a bonafide water-saving hero. A regular 10-minute shower with a run-of-the-mill showerhead can easily guzzle up around 120 litres of fresh water. But with the Grohe Everstream, we’re talking about a mere 30 litres of water usage – that’s a jaw-dropping water savings of up to 75%!

If you’re part of a four-person household, you could be looking at an annual water bill reduction of 65%. Now that’s some serious savings that’ll leave your wallet cheering.

So, while the idea of reusing shower water might sound a tad unsettling at first, Grohe is here to turn that notion around with its Everstream system.

With their help, we might just be a step closer to a future where water-saving isn’t just a fancy buzzword, but a lifestyle that’s better for all of us and the world we share.


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Sean Loo

Ignition Labs' resident editor loves all things retro, even though he was born in the late 90s. His main job encompasses tons of driving (and a massive carbon footprint), but he swears he turns off the lights each time he leaves his room.

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