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This isn't the EPA or OSHA. I don't think partial load needs to be defined. You're just taking the argument to the extreme. I'm surprise you didn't say spoon or fork.

So my data point is at the far end of the graph. It just makes the case that the further towards that side of the graph you go, the more water you use per dish cleaned.

This is opposite your claim that doing smaller, more frequent loads saves water.

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