Does more water get saved from waterless urinals or low flow toilets?



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    On average, a standard urinal uses 2.3 gallons of water per flush. Switching to a waterless urinal therefore results in annual water savings of roughly 45,000 gallons of water. A low-flow toilet requires 1.6 gallons per flush and therefore would save more water than a urinal on a per flush basis if the unit it is replacing used roughly 4 gallons per flush. Depending on the unit, this is possible, as toilets use between 3.5-7 gallons per flush.

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