Arizona Lawmaker Is Proposing A Waterless Urinals Initiative

 

Not sure if this PISSES you off not (sorry had to through in that dad joke), but an Arizona lawmaker is trying to find a way for Arizona to save some money. How you ask? According to AZ Central , waterless urinals.

The idea of the waterless urinals that Rep. Bob Thorpe, R-Flagstaff, is proposing would " require state buildings to convert their urinals to waterless urinals over the next two years."

" According to the Environmental Protection Agency , replacing a flush-able urinal can save between one half and 4.5 gallons per flush. While the federal standard for new urinals is 1.0 gallon per flush, older models of urinals may still use much more, according to the EPA."

How do they work?

"After deposited into the bowl urine is slowed and sent through a debris-catching filter before reaching an oil-based substance. With a higher density than the oil, the urine sinks below the oil, which behaves as a trap door. The urine then enters the plumbing system."

Do you think this is a good idea?

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