Since its opening in 2014, Sloan Park has been the Spring Training home of the Chicago Cubs. The 15,000-seat park, which features many similarities to the iconic Wrigley Field, hosts thousands of fans each spring to watch the Cubs gear up for the upcoming baseball season.
According to the Arizona State Climate Office, Arizona is currently in its 21st year of long-term drought, so Sloan Park has placed a special emphasis on water-saving restroom products. Sloan provided the ballpark with 1.28 gpf flushometers for water closets, which save 14% more water than 1.6 gpf flushometers, as well as .125 gpf flushometers for urinals, saving 50% more water than .25 gpf flushometers. Together, these fixtures are helping to reduce the ballpark's water use by over 30%.
“Sloan and the Chicago Cubs have a long and storied history. We are proud to showcase Sloan’s innovative, touch-free products that provide a more sustainable and enhanced restroom experience for fans at the ballpark.”