This fun and interesting tweet tip came via Google’s @ManoMarks who shared details of the cool Flush Tracker app
As curiosity got the best of me, I had to check out the app. It turns out that it takes us to a clever, Google Maps driven web service that reveals data currently for the UK, Ireland, S. Africa and Poland.
Entering a service the user is shown a map of the local sewer system and reveals information like speed and distance for a flush to travel. Local Flushes are shown on the map (perhaps via a toilet sensor too??) and then the path of flow is drawn on the map… very clever and no doubt useful to the local sewer authority.
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