Water-conserving mayor hopes to keep Sask. town flush with cash

The mayor of Battleford, Sask., wants to go with the low-flow and have residents switch to water-stingy toilets.

According to Mayor Chris Odishaw, the roughly 1,500 households in the town each use 75 litres of water every day.

He wants to reduce that figure by replacing every toilet, shower head and bathroom tap aerator in Battleford with water-saving units. (CBC)