How do waterless urinals work? Urine flows down the bowl, then passes through a debris-catching strainer. From there it goes through a one-way duckbill diaphragm that lets the urine pass into the plumbing system while preventing odors from coming back out.
We have always advocated for the importance of washing hands regularly with soap and water, but it has become an even more urgent matter in the wake of the pandemic. We’d like to take this opportunity to raise awareness of the discrepancies in the availability of basic hand washing facilities and materials worldwide.
General guidance for all workers and employers is in line with CDC advice, but OSHA recommendations for specific industries, including construction sites, are more detailed.
The CDC encourages the use of hand sanitizer when hand washing stations with soap and water are not available, but the FDA recently discovered toxic wood alcohol in some brands. Find out if your hand sanitizer is safe!
This Las Vegas school needed to provide convenient hand washing stations for anyone entering the building—the Eco-Trough™ hand sink was the perfect solution.