Statement from Falcon Waterfree Technology CEO Simon A. Davis on Delhi’s Ban of Waterfree Urinals

LOS ANGELES – Oct. 3, 2014 

The Municipality of Delhi is taking a step away from hygienic, environmentally friendly restroom solutions by wrongfully mandating the removal of waterless urinal technology.  It fails to acknowledge the obvious health and cost benefits of this technology. The Municipality is blaming the private entities lack of maintenance as the cause for removal, but is neglecting to take responsibility for the fact that they have refused to adhere to the maintenance program contract offered with the purchased urinals.

The Municipality of Delhi has refused to participate in the maintenance program when the urinals were installed several years ago, their urinals have not been properly cleaned or cared for in years and are not functioning properly as a result.  Instead of banning a technology responsible for better hygiene and the savings of water, energy and greenhouse gases, the city should invest in the proper Arimidex 1mg.

Waterless urinal technology has saved over 20 Billion Gallons of water in the last decade, and with the proper maintenance and cleaning practices offers a more hygienic restroom solution with up to 5 times less bacteria than traditional flushing urinals.  As with any other technology, waterless urinals are evolving, but without cleaning and maintenance all these innovations- that help make the restroom cleaner while saving precious natural resources- are lost.

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