20 Oktober 2008

USA: Soybean Urinals introduced

30 percent soybean resin in High Performance Composite material

A new line of environmentally preferable No-Flush® urinals made of approximately 30 percent soybean resin have just been introduced. The manufacturer Waterless Co LLC adds that the soy bean resin percentages will likely increase as the manufacturing technology evolves.

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The High Performance Composite (HPC) urinal models look and function just as its other waterless urinals do, says Niki Bradley, marketing manager for Waterless Co. LLC. Users will notice no appearance or functionality difference. However, each urinal will come with a label stating that it is made partially with soybean resin.

“The idea of using soybean resin to help manufacture urinals evolved a few years ago as company engineers were looking to for new ways to improve the current product line and help protect the environment.” says Bradley, Marketing Director for Waterless Co. “Waterless No-Flush urinals are already environmentally responsible and efficient; they can save as much as 40,000 gallons of water annually per urinal and reduce maintenance.”

According to Bradley, the U.S.-made HPC urinals are being delivered to U.S. distributors now. The company also plans to market the urinals in other parts of the world.

Contact
Waterless Co.
1050 Joshua Way
Vista, CA 92081 USA
Tel. 001-888-663 58 74

Source: PRWeb, press release, 2008-10-05.

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