A washing machine has been built by Xeros, a UK based company that uses 90 percent less water. Consequently, it could reduce the bills up to 30 percent. Tiny plastic beads are used by the washing machine to clean the clothes. After using little water to dampen the clothes the cleaning beads go flooding into the drum of the machine, which absorbs the dust at once. Once the washing is complete, the beads drain away like water, but the twist is that these beads can be collected and recycled. It is being claimed that the machine, which is a prototype has been tested on variety of fabrics with positive results. It is expected to be launched in the market in next year.