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    How to ensure your waterless urinals don’t smell

    We sometimes talk to clients who are concerned that waterless urinals might smell. Perhaps they’ve seen them onsite somewhere and found that there’s been an odour. Or perhaps someone has mentioned to them that they think waterless urinals smell. Or perhaps they think the only way you can stop urinals from smelling is to constantly […]

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    Important changes to water retail competition

    As you may know, April 2017 marks a big change in the way in which businesses in England purchase their water. From 1 April onwards it’s now possible for all organisations in the country, whether public or private sector and regardless of their size, to choose which supplier provides their water and waste water retail services. […]

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    Why does saving water matter?

    We’ve written before on this blog about how Urimat waterless urinals can save an average of 100,000 litres of water per urinal per year, and about what that 100,000 litres of water equates to in real usage terms. Similiarly, our miscea and Conti+ taps use up to 70% less water than traditional taps. But why is […]

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    Miscea taps are now WRAS Approved

    We are delighted to announce that our full range of Miscea taps are now WRAS Approved. Any water fitting which carries or receives public mains water in the UK must comply with the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations or Scottish Byelaws.  These require that a water fitting should not cause waste, misuse, undue consumption or contamination of the water […]

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    How much is 100,000 litres of water?

    We talk a lot about how each URIMAT waterless urinal can save up to 100,000 litres of water per year, but it’s sometimes hard to grasp what that means in real terms. What does 100,000 litres of water look like? What does it really represent in terms of practical savings? Here are some facts and […]

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