Drainpipe Considerations for Reduced Water Urinals
From product standards to the model plumbing codes, plumbing fixtures are generally assumed to need water to function. For years, water closets and urinals were designed without a lot of forethought about the amount of water that was needed to remove both solid and liquid waste.
Plumbing manufacturers have responded with a wide array of products that perform equally to—or, in most instances, better than— these inefficient older products.
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