BENEFITS OF WATERLESS URINALS


Traditional water based urinals are one of the worst offenders when it comes to water wastage, with a standard urinal using in excess of 157,000 litres of water per year. With sustainability a core part of any business and water one of the primary reasons for blockages and flooding, there has never been a better time to look at a waterless urinal solution.

Whether you are upgrading your current urinals or designing and building new bathrooms, our Water-Warrior Waterless Urinal System is the industry leader. Designed by WhiffAway, it is the most innovative, sustainable, cost efficient and problem free system available today.


PROBLEMS WITH WATER BASED URINALS

  • Cost: £1 per day is what a standard water flushing urinal costs in water and other associated costs (and the price of water is only going oneway… up). The average water price in London is £2.30 per cubic meter, whilst the average UK price is £2.90.

  • Ongoing maintenance: standard urinals are costly to maintain both in cleaning chemicals, urinal cakes/mats and call-out costs.

  • Poor hygiene: urine mixed with water generates an increased buildup of uric salts. This creates a furring up process in the pipes which leads to blockages and increased flooding. Not only is the flooding unhygienic but the constant presence of urine in the base of the bowl increases bacteria.

  • Bad for the environment: not only does a standard urinal flushing 4 times per hours use 157,000 litres of fresh drinking water each year, it requires CO2 emissions to produce, and deposits limescale in pipes.


BENEFITS OF GOING WATERLESS

The benefits of going Waterless are endless.

  • Save water (average of 157,000 litres)

  • Reduce maintenance and employee time

  • Increase your profitability

  • Eliminate urinal odours and urinal flooding

  • Reduced blockages

  • Improve overall bathroom hygiene

  • Reduce energy consumption

  • No more harmful chemicals

  • Fully recyclable


Are you fed up with the amount of water you use in your urinals?
— You should be, the average single urinal costs over £1 per day in water alone, thats' £365 annually.