How much water do you need to flush your house and lawn?

Water experts at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston have identified a new technology that could provide enough water to flush out your house or lawn in under an hour.

According to the report, the water quality system was developed using advanced technology from the company of Dr. Steven J. Jones.

Jones is a senior scientist in the water systems division of the University’s Water Science and Technology Center.

According the report:The system uses a large-scale reservoir system, with an additional system of smaller reservoirs, for water that is pumped into the reservoir system.

The system operates with a limited number of water pumps, which require additional pumps for water supply.

In order to provide enough pump power to supply the system, the system uses an electric pump that runs at a constant voltage.

In addition, the systems energy efficiency features reduce the energy use in the system.

“This is a system that is capable of providing a sufficient supply of water, at least in the short term,” said Dr. Jason M. Rafferty, who leads the University Health Services Water Resource Management Laboratory.

Rafferty’s lab recently published a paper in the American Journal of Physical Chemistry detailing the use of this new technology.

He explained that the system was built using a “super-efficient” system that can supply water at rates between 300 and 500 gallons per minute.

Roughly, this translates to enough water for an average home to flush a 1,000 square foot area, he said.

Jones, the senior scientist, said the system works because of the “natural” processes that are occurring in the environment.

“These natural processes are what are causing water to be produced and what are creating the water resources that we need,” Jones said.

“We are seeing more and more of these natural processes that produce water, and I think that is causing us to see more and less of it, as we look to conserve,” Jones added.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has also partnered with the company to develop this system.

It uses an advanced system that uses a smaller reservoir to store water for later use.

It is also designed to provide a “green water” solution, which is a type of water that will not require a water treatment plant to produce.

The company plans to release the prototype within the next few weeks.

Jones said the company will have the prototype in place by the end of the year.