Waterless urinal products can save the environment and save you money.
Many of our environmentally conscious customers at hybridH2O know that switching to waterless urinal products will drastically reduce their water consumption, which ultimately helps them save money. Waterless urinal products are true to their name — they use zero water to eliminate waste from your facility. This results in lowered utility bills and maintenance costs, and a more hygienic system that is good for the environment.
At hybridH2O, we believe waterless urinal products should be used in every school, office, and government building across New York. We see the positive impact that waterless urinal systems have on the environment and the bottom line of many organization.
So, how exactly do waterless urinal products save the environment?
This innovative technology is actually relatively simple as it uses gravity to do all of the work. Instead of urine being forced down a drain with flushing water, it collects in a small well (that traps odors) and slowly drains out into the sewer system. Every flush in a traditional urinal system uses 1.5 to 2.5 gallons of water, so that means they can conserve up to 1.5 to 2.5 gallons of water per “flush.” That is the best case scenario as some older toilets can use from 3.5 to even 7 gallons of water with each flush.
We provide a wide range of waterless urinal products and systems, as well as all of the accessories you’ll need to keep these systems running smoothly for years to come. We have great products at great prices; give us a call today to find out how affordable it is to switch to waterless urinal systems.
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