Very Efficent: Waterless Urinals

These waterless urinals are plainly more efficient than the ones currently in use in most bathrooms nationwide.

They can save up to 45,000 gallons of water and more per year per urinal.

They also require less maintenance and are less prone to plumbing problems. They have no moving parts. Urine
is contained under a special biodegradable liquid called BlueSeal.

According to the manufacturer, some high-profile installations include Liberty Island, New York; Petronas Towers, Malaysia; and The Jimmy Carter Library, Georgia.

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