Ecoprod waterless urinals do not sacrifice style

Ecoprod waterless urinals do not sacrifice style

Ecoprod’s range of products can maintain a high end look and can offer water and energy savings.

Many of Ecoprod’s products have won awards for their design and aesthetics as well as for their energy and water saving credentials.

The impression that a washroom makes on visitors to a building can have a huge impact on how they perceive the building as a whole, they can be high footfall areas and it is critical that, at the very minimum, they are clean and well maintained.

Taking it to the next level and putting in washrooms that are creatively designed with style in mind gives the impression that the organisation as a whole operates with attention to detail and quality in mind.

As well as style, many organisations are coming to realise that a clear commitment to the environment is an important factor in determining the public’s attitude to their organisation. The washroom is an obvious place where an organisation can overtly demonstrate its commitment to water and energy saving in a way that is visible to visitors.

Clients install waterless urinals, sensor taps and automatic dryers as a publicly visible part of their commitment to reducing their environmental impact, however some believe that you have to make a choice between sustainability and style.

That’s why products such as URIMAT waterless urinals don’t just have a functional role to play. Ecoprod are increasingly installing them into high end environments where the look and feel are just as important as the functionality.

For example Ecoprod have previously installed their URIMAT waterless urinal at HotelMK – a Hilton-branded hotel at the MK Dons stadium in Milton Keynes.

Sue Dawson, operations director of HotelMK, told us that “the key selling points were the fact that the urinals were eco-friendly and the aesthetics of their design.”

Ecoprod can combine their URIMAT urinals, miscea or Conti+ taps and Mitsubishi Jet Towel dryers into the same installation to give a consistently modern and stylish look to a new washroom installation whilst also significantly cutting water and energy usage.

Installing URIMAT waterless urinals can save an organisation up to 100,000 litres of water per urinal per year.

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