VERTECO receives good response to rental packageby Hannah-Farah Abdulla on Jun 15, 2011
Following the announcement of VERTECO’s launch of rental packages for the waterless urinals, the company has experienced a large volume of requests for installation.
The company’s client list now includes the Al-Bustan Rotana, the Palace Hotel and Thiess Services for TDIC Saadiyat.
General Manager David King said: “We have had a lot of positive feedback in response to the new rental systems. Properties and organisations that had previously shown interest in the waterless urinal system but were unable to proceed with installation because of capex budget restrictions have now been able to implement it, in particular, properties with a large numbers of urinals.
"As the rental package is a full service and maintenance agreement, chief engineers and facilities managers are able to pass management and maintenance of their urinal systems to us. This is a great help in terms of resource as urinals are often a problematic area for buildings.”
Abdul Quddus Sheikh, Director of Engineering for the Palace Hotel added: “It It is a unique system, as there is no water consumption to these urinals at all. Saving water waste for flushing the Urinals is highly environmentally friendly. The average person uses five-to-six litres of water every time he uses the toilet. In a busy hotel like ours, the presence of VERTECO’s system means we saved tremendous amounts of water."
The VERTECO retrofit Waterless Urinal system is a kit which fits into existing urinal bowls. It is a 100% effective, hygienic solution that reduces water consumption to zero and eliminates urinal odours.
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