The Post is reporting that a new kind of dispenser could help ease some of the growing pressure on water and sewer infrastructure.
The new dispenser uses an elastic material that wraps around the toilet bowl, which makes it much more water resistant.
It is also able to handle high pressure situations like when a toilet is overflowing.
The dispenser will be used at most public bathrooms, including restrooms at the U.S. Capitol and the White House, according to The Washington Times.
It will be available at $40 per month and can be used anywhere.
The newspaper says that the dispenser can be purchased at most water treatment plants, and is a major development for the water system.
The new model also is expected to provide more privacy for water users.
The paper reports that “some residents and some water agencies are concerned about what they believe is privacy concerns from the new dispensers.
But other advocates have been supportive.”