“Excellent and highly effective”
Waterless Co. invented waterless urinals in 1991, and their use saves on inventory costs (no need to stock replacement parts) and energy and water use, the company says. With growing concern about protecting water resources, more and more cities and counties are offering rebates for taking water conservation measures. Water efficiency is now a major part of LEED construction efforts and a part of ISO 14000. With models that use no water at all, Waterless Co.’s products provide water conservation, as well as reducing water and sewer costs for users.
For example, in California, 19 percent of total energy use, and 23 percent of gas used, is devoted to pumping or conveying water, according to Waterless. Installing waterless urinals provides an immediate cost savings, and makes an ongoing impact to bottom line operational costs over time as water and sewer costs continue to rise.
The technology used by Waterless Co.’s waterless urinal “is excellent and, when used, highly effective,” noted one judge. “It’s simple, and easy to install, maintain and use.”
Price-efficient and easy to install, the waterless urinal is a “great product for saving fresh water and eliminating the generation of gray water that must be treated using energy and chemicals, which are costly,” states a judge. This waterless urinal system uses a specially designed EcoTrap insert at a cost of $7.75 each, the lowest price of any cartridge in the industry. The cartridge is simple to replace, with no tools required. The system installs just like a regular flushed urinal, so any plumber is able to easily install it. The EcoTrap is recyclable and the BlueSeal trap liquid is biodegradable. Ten different models of urinals are offered for home and commercial use, including HPC and ceramic versions, as well as a soybean resin model.
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