Waterless urinals

A growing number of schools and institutions are saving millions of litres of fresh water in their washrooms.

A product called eco-cube uses microbial technology which converts washroom urinals or troughs using naturally occurring microbes.

Scott Johnson, director of eco-works ltd, the manufacturer, says: “The average urinal in a washroom flushes 151,000 litres of fresh water a year, but this can be cut to zero when eco-cube is used.”

Implementation of the eco-cube is immediate, with no urinal modifications required. Further details from www.eco-works.co.uk or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it