Our NoFlush™urinals, patented by WATERLESS Co. Inc. USA, eliminate and/or minimize these common problems:
- Urinal Odors
- Flush Valve Repairs
- Low Water Pressure
- Costly Flush Sensors
- Stoppages and Overflows
- High Demand On Septic Tanks
- Line Encrustations
- Leaking Flush Valves
- Rising Water & Sewer Costs
- Rest Room Shut Downs
- Mitigation for Water Usage
In addition, they improve IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) and eliminate winterization costs. NoFlushSeal does not evaporate (see also NoFlushEverPrime for floor drains).
The operating costs of NoFlush™ urinals are only about € 1.00 per 1000 uses. Drastic operating savings result as shown below, compared with the rising water plus sewer costs of conventional urinals.
Substantial savings in maintenance are achieved by the installation of NoFlush™urinals, produced by WATERLESS Co. Inc. USA. These savings are
- Flush Valve Repairs
- Waste Line Cleanouts
- Overuse of Water
- Urinal Screens
- Water Leaks
Additional savings may be realized by:
- No winterization costs
- Less water/sewer connection fees at new construction
- Less pumping fees for septic tanks
- Available rebates through your water districts
- Reduced or No Vandalism
The conservation of water has become a requirement for many facilities, cities, states and the federal government. This need is driven by three main reasons: the availability of water, current sewer capacity and rising costs or budget cuts.
Toilets and urinals are still flushed with potable water and it is estimated that up to 20% of the available drinking water in the world is flushed down the drain, wastefully. In addition, leakage of water delivery lines may add an additional 8% to the above.
NoFlush™Urinals, produced by WATERLESS Co. Inc. USA, achieve zero water consumption. A Waterless urinal saves on average up to 100'000 liter of water a year.
It can be estimated that there are approximately 8 million urinals installed in the US alone with approximately 100 million people using these fixtures. Assuming an average 2 gallon flush, the potable water use of urinals alone, in this country per year, is approximately 160 billion gallons! 160 billion gallons of water is equivalent to the water usage of 490,000 homes or 1.9 million people per year. This vast amount of outflow to the sewer and septic systems can be eliminated and will not run into our natural waterways and oceans.