Schools, arenas, theaters, restaurants, office buildings, military installations, and more are enjoying reduced costs, water savings, and more hygienic restrooms because of our waterless urinals.
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Bank of America, One Bryant Park – New York, NY
One Bryant Park, a 55-story new tower one block from Times Square, recently became the only tall building in the United States to earn top status – LEED Platinum – from the US Green Building Council.
- 55-story, 2.2 million sq. ft. tower
- 200 Falcon Waterfree urinals
World renowned for excellence in environmental studies, Bard College embraces Falcon Waterfree urinals on its 600 acre campus to remain on the forefront of sustainability. Established in 1860, Bard College is a private liberal arts institution nestled next to the Hudson River in upstate New York. Click to view Case Study
Century Plaza Towers - Century City, CA
Representing a landmark achievement in architectural design, the Towers rise 44-stories—2.3 million square feet of prime office space. Managed and leased by CB Richard Ellis.
- 44 stories x 2 towers
- 257 Falcon Waterfree urinals
-10.3 million gallons estimated annual water savings (103 million over 10 years)
- 93 tons of CO2 reduced annually
Hollywood Bowl - Hollywood, CA
The bowl is owned by the County of Los Angeles and is the home of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, the summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the host of hundreds of musical events each year.
- Seating Capacity of 17,376
- 120 Falcon Waterfree urinals
- 3.6 million gallons estimated annual water savings (36 million over 10 years)
- 32.4 tons of CO2 reduced annually
Staples Center – Los Angeles, CA
The home of four professional sports franchises and impressive schedule of entertainment and high profile events. Staples Center hosts over 300 events a year.
-186 Falcon Waterfree urinals
-9 million gallons estimated annual water savings
-81 tons of CO2 reduced annually