Water Saving Archive
Water is one of our most precious natural resources. Without water, there can be no life. However, with all the droughts that frequently happen in many parts of the world, it is vital to conserve water. Limiting how much water we use, will have a big impact on our future, ensuring that
Moving to water saving toilets has seen a steady change in the thinking and technology which has led to waterless urinals. Initially, a large amount of water was sent through the system to clear an individual’s urine, which usually amounts to far less than half a liter. Over time, facilities were re-designed
The amount of water wasted on an annual basis is worrying. With as much as 1 trillion gallons of water going down the drain, says The Washington Post, there’s an urgent need to improve water conservation measures and efforts. One possible way to achieve this is through the use of waterless urinals.
If you have ever seen the different models of water saving toilets or urinals, you are not shocked by their appearance. Most tend to look identical to the traditional units. In fact, the design is similar to what manufacturers have and will continue to offer – at least in terms of waterless