Federal standard change for Donald Trump
The US Department of Energy is preparing to change federal standards on shower heads, following the complaint of President Donald Trump, who says he cares about hair beauty but has to take a shower for a longer time because the water does not flow with pressure. Trump had previously said that he had to flush the flush 10-15 times.
The proposals announced yesterday by the Ministry foresee the removal of restrictions on water conservation in 1992. According to the decision of the Congress on this date, the amount of water allowed to flow through a shower head per minute is 2.5 gallons, 9.4 liters. One of the important reasons for these changes to come to the fore is that Trump said that he stayed longer in the shower to wash his hair and flushed 10-15 times.
OBAMA CHANGED THE LAW
However, after this regulation, when multiple shower heads began to become widespread, in 2013 the Obama administration redefined the law and said “The amount of water flowing from all shower heads, not from each shower head is 2.5 gallons per minute.”
Donald Trump SHOWER HEAD DATABASE
According to the Ministry of Energy’s database of 12,499 shower heads in different models, 74 percent of them are designed to flow 20 percent below federal standards, that is, two gallons of water per minute.
“MY HAIR HAS TO BE PERFECT”
Trump made this complaint at a meeting in the White House last month and said, “Shower heads – you take a shower, but the water is not coming out. You want to wash your hair, no water comes out. What will you do? You will stand there for a longer time and take a shower. “My hair has to be perfect.”
TRUMP SAYS IT HAD TO PULL THE SIPHON 10-15 TIMES
During another meeting, Donald Trump said that people had to flush the flush not once, but 10-15 times because of the lack of water. Environmental organizations say that if the restrictions are lifted, water and energy consumption will increase.
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