Shut The Flush Up


Random thoughts cross our minds throughout a regular work day and so we started the #FalconWaterFacts section of our blog. The fact that we try to quantify what we’re eating into gallons of water leaves plenty of room for odd correlations – such as milk and inflatable swimming pools.

143 gallons of water is enough to fill a small inflatable kiddie pool, however the larger you go, the more water you need – up to 5,000 gallons of water if it’s the inflatable pool designed to fit an entire family. Incredible! With the heat going up into the triple digits, we all need a cool off now and then, whether its consumption or leisure let’s be mindful with our water choices! Maybe if you are around our Nation’s capital, maybe opt for the National Building Museum’s version of a beach? Click here. 

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