VISTA, CA — A June 2012 report by IBISWorld indicates that, while the recession has hampered the urinal manufacturing industry, the market has also "benefited from significant technological advancements," according to a press release.
These technological advancements refer to the development of "high-efficiency sanitary urinal models," otherwise known as no-water or waterless urinals, the release stated.
According to the release, "these urinals have been replacing existing urinals that use a water flush. One reason for this is because many cities throughout the U.S. have begun offering tax credits to firms that incorporate high-efficiency urinals into their building plans."
"Sustainability is like a train that can''t be stopped. Every facility we work with now is taking steps to be greener and more sustainable — and conserving water and using it more efficiently are key to that equation," said Klaus Reichardt, chief executive officer (CEO) and founder of Waterless Company Inc.
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