Urinals

Waterless Urinals Save More than Water
Urinals

Waterless Urinals Save More than Water

Priced any urinals lately? Water using urinals can cost $200 up to as much as $1,200. And the urinal flush valve - usually sold separately - adds another $100 to $500 to the price tag. In comparison, waterless urinals made by Waterless Co. start at $248, and the EcoTrap insert needed for the system to operate costs just $7.75. This means installing waterless urinals not only saves 35,000 gallons...

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Why HPC Is So Important
Urinals

Why HPC Is So Important

Waterless Company, manufacturers of no-water urinals, makes a full-line of high performance composite urinalsÂ-  - HPC. HPC urinals are light weight and easy to install. They are also exceptionally tough, sturdy, and virtually vandalism resistant.  This is why they are the urinal-of-choice for high schools, juvenile halls, prisons, and parks. Like all Waterless urinals, HPC urinals...

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Sinks (Lavatories)

TOTO Announces the Plumbing Industry's First Products to Earn the International Living Future Institute's "Red List Free" Declare Labels

Company Dramatically Raises the Bar for Health Material Evaluation and Product Transparency with 19 New Declare Labels and Eight New Sustainable Minds Material Health Overviews, Helping Building Industry Professionals Achieve the Highest Standards for Healthy, Environmentally-Responsible Designs MORROW, Ga. - TOTO, the largest plumbing manufacturer in the world with $5.1 billion in annual sales,...

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Urinals

Beverly Hills Pays $500 for Every New Waterless Urinal Installed

In a rush to find ways to reduce consumption, the city is now paying any business that purchases and installs a waterless urinal $500. Vista, CAÂ- – While most residents of the state of California are now required to scale back water consumption by 25 percent, in Beverly Hills the reduction is 35 percent. This is because the city as well as its residents have historically used more water...

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Leader in the No-Flush Industry
Urinals

Leader in the No-Flush Industry

The Baja No-Flush urinal from Waterless Co. is ADAÂ-  compliant and works without water or flush valves. Because it stays dry inside, bacteria growth is inhibited and odors are eliminated. The Baja is considered an industry leader because of its low acquisition cost and long-term savings. Maintenance is vastly reduced, vandalism virtually eliminated, and encrustations minimized; plus, the...

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Leader in the No-Flush Industry
Urinals

Leader in the No-Flush Industry

The Baja No-Flush urinal from Waterless Co. is ADAÂ-  compliant and works without water or flush valves. Because it stays dry inside, bacteria growth is inhibited and odors are eliminated. The Baja is considered an industry leader because of its low acquisition cost and long-term savings. Maintenance is vastly reduced, vandalism virtually eliminated, and encrustations minimized; plus, the...

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Waterless 2004 Sonora No-Flush Urinal from Waterless Co
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Waterless 2004 Sonora No-Flush Urinal from Waterless Co

The Sonora™ No-Flush™ Urinal from Waterless Company installs to the drain line via a gasket and flange—just like a flush urinal. No adaptors are needed, and the unit can typically cover the footprint of an old urinal that has been removed. The Sonora has a closed urinal bottom to prevent vandalism and a full 2-inch interior drain line, which allows for easy line cleaning and access if...

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A Savings That Makes You Take Notice
Urinals

A Savings That Makes You Take Notice

The numbers speak for themselves. Just 10 waterless urinals manufactured by Waterless Co., Inc., the oldest manufacturer of No-Flush urinals in the United States, can save 500,000 to more than 700,000 gallons of water per year compared to a 3-gallon-per-flush conventional urinal. This assumes 100 uses per day in a typical office-type facility. And that’s not the only savings. Those same 10...

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Soy Is Strong
Urinals

Soy Is Strong

Waterless Co., Inc. made quite a splash when it introduced no-water urinals made of up to 30 percent soybean resin.Â-  Hailed as an environmental breakthrough, soybean resins help reduce petrochemical use, which results in fewer greenhouse gasses. But, receiving less attention is that these soy-based urinals are strong, passing or exceeding tests established by the American National...

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Baja Waterless Urinal
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Baja Waterless Urinal

The waterless Baja" No-Flush urinal resembles conventional fixtures and can easily replace them. This system installs to the regular urinal two-inch (50MM) waste line. The system completely eliminates flush water valves and supply lines. There are no handles to touch, helping to protect restroom users, no costly sensors to install or adjust, and no moving parts at all. Tried and tested, the Baja...

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Paratherm™ HR Heat Transfer Fluid: Higher Temperature Stability Leads to Longer Fluid Life
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Paratherm™ HR Heat Transfer Fluid: Higher Temperature Stability Leads to Longer Fluid Life

For the ultimate in heat transfer fluid performance, Paratherm offers HR Heat Transfer Fluid that is engineered specifically for closed loop liquid phase heating. When it comes to characteristics such as thermal stability and fluid degradation, Paratherm HR leads the industry in value and performance. See our video to learn how Paratherm is raising the bar for heat transfer fluids.

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