The park model I am renting at Orchard Ranch has a water saving toilet. At least that is the intent of the toilet designers. However, that has not been my experience. If you're flushing liquid, it works just fine with a single flush. However, anything else and it will require three flushes to finish the job. (Is that a pun.)
I wonder how and what the designers were using to test the toilet's ability to properly flush the contents of the bowl.
I thought I might be an unusual specimen in the human race. However, when I was griping about the toilet in a conversation with a cousin, she remarked that her daughter had the same complaint about a toilet in their house.
It's an admirable goal to save water. However, I am not sure any water is being saved if I have to flush three times.
When I visited New Zealand and Australia they addressed that wasting water issue by designing toilets to do a half flush or a full flush depending on the needs of the user. How come something similar has not been introduced in this country.
Until I return to my home in Tucson I will tolerate the three flush toilet.