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WATERLESS URINAL PRODUCTS
Waterless Australia commenced operation in 2015 as the Australasian distributor of Waterless Co. USA waterless urinals and associated products.
Waterless USA first introduced waterless urinals to the world in 1991 and now have many thousands installed worldwide with their patented simple system utilizing Blue Seal and the easy to maintain Eco Trap.
With the purpose of bringing the world one of the most water conserving urinal fixtures,
Waterless Co. Inc. had held true to that premise by offering the most simple and
most cost effective waterless urinals on the world market.
WHY A WATERLESS URINAL?
Budgets are a year-round challenge to stick to. Electricity and water/sewer costs are two of the most critical but, in most cases, unpredictable utilities. In the last decade, these have risen significantly from year to year. In some areas of the Australia, it has more than doubled in a year. This inability to estimate costs necessitates a close examination and resolution of the energy and water expenditure line items. When it comes to a building’s indoor water use, the restroom is where the most and easiest water can be saved. A bathroom can save up to 50% of its previous water usage by installing non-water, low-water toilets and waterless urinals. There are also limited-flow faucets and, where appropriate, low-flow shower heads. The majority of these are basic and inexpensive retrofits. There are further benefits to be had for no-flush urinals because there are less inventory parts to keep, vandalism is minimized, cleaning chemicals are used less, and the urinal is more hygienic due to its dryness.
HELP US ALL USE OUR WATER MORE WISELY
Droughts have always been a natural and in some cases disastrous occurrence throughout history.
With the world’s ever-increasing population and strains on our natural resources,
water has become the primary concern for many countries, if not by now, the world.
Awareness to consume less water is now being taught in schools so hopefully our next generations
value water even more and carry their knowledge and behavioural changes forward.