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Frode Hult (photo) said that Norway uses almost twice the amount of water in nearby Denmark

Noren is told to pee in the shower to save water and help the environment

  • Frode Hult of the Water and Sewer Agency in Oslo warned about water use
  • He said that Norwegians use almost twice as much water as Denmark
  • He suggested peeing and brushing your teeth in the shower
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Frode Hult (photo) said that Norway uses almost twice the amount of water in nearby Denmark

Frode Hult (photo) said that Norway uses almost twice the amount of water in nearby Denmark

Norwegians have been told by a member of the Oslo city council that they have to pee in the shower to save water and help the environment.

Frode Hult of the Water and Sewer Agency in Oslo said that Norway uses almost double the amount of water from nearby Denmark.

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He said: & # 39; We must stop wasting water. For example, we can pee in the shower.

& # 39; It's a good idea. We can also brush our teeth in the shower. & # 39;

He then NRK: & # 39; It is also good for the environment because municipalities use a lot of clean water for electricity. & # 39;

Hult also advised to only use the dishwasher and washing machine when it was full and did not water gardens.

He said scraping food in trays instead of rinsing plates before using a dishwasher will also help save water.

Marius Fjellas, who works for the council in Trondheim, said that urinating in the shower might be a step too far.

Noren has been told to pee in the shower to save water and help the environment

Noren has been told to pee in the shower to save water and help the environment

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Noren has been told to pee in the shower to save water and help the environment

He said: & # 39; I wouldn't start with that. We have more water sources here than in Oslo, so we have enough water. But of course it's good if we can save a little. & # 39;

Although Oslo is one of the rainiest cities in Europe, a water ban was imposed in 2017 after a shortage.

For 90 percent of its inhabitants, the city is dependent on one source of drinking water.

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