Recently Waller Building Services worked at Meopham School rejuvenating various areas of the campus. One of the areas that the school wanted to improve was the welfare facilities for the students and the staff.
The aim was to update the current urinals to make them look modern and clean. By introducing waterless urinals to the school the above criteria was meet along with a fantastic environmental benefit and a long-term money saving measure.
The original urinal cistern has a capacity of 4 litres of water, which flush on an average of 4 times an hour, 24 hours a day, every day of the year. This equates to approximately 140,000 litres of water per cistern per annum.
We replaced three cisterns with our new waterless urinals. The school now uses approximately 420,000 litres less water per year. That’s a great saving!
Not only is this a great saving due to the decrease in water usage , the risk of water leaks and associated problems is greatly reduced as no water supply is required for the system.
If you would like any further information on our waterless urinals please do not hesitate to contact Waller Building Services.