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- Subject: RE: urinals
- From: "MacCormac, Deborah" <Deborah.MacCormac@dep.state.fl.us>
- Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 14:47:41 -0500
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- Reply-To: "MacCormac, Deborah" <Deborah.MacCormac@dep.state.fl.us>
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- Thread-Topic: P2 urinals
Ben, thanks very much. Have checked these sites. Good prospects for retrofit
or new construction for "men's" facilities in commercial complexes.
Manufacturing plants and schools are good candidates depending on the
cost.Good to know.
Still looking for the option that would work in an existing 1000 unit hotel
or apartment building and in most homes for both sexes.Thanks again.
FDEP - P2 Orlando
From: Dearnley, Benjamin [mailto:Benjamin.Dearnley@state.me.us]
Sent: Tue 19-Mar-02 3:29 PM
Subject: P2 urinals
Here are two websites for companies that produce waterless urinals.
A standard urinal uses 40,000 gallons a year, these use hardly any.
Ben Dearnley, Environmental Specialist
Toxics and Hazardous Waste Reduction Program
Maine Department of Environmental Protection
17 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333
(207) 287-2814 fax