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By Jeremy Levine
About The Jewish National Fund
 JNF is non-profit org. established in 1901 as a means to
buy and develop land within the ...
Current Water Crisis
 The Middle East is one of the most arid regions that
exists on the globe
 Average rainfall in the ...
Illustration of Water Crisis
The Solution—Waterless Urinals
 Water conservation is of the highest importance
among Israelis
 Introducing waterless ur...
YouTube Video
Waterless Urinals-How it Works
F-1000 and F-7000 Waterless
Urinal
 Notice the lack of water-valve/flusher
 Falcon Tech. offers the F-7000 as means for ...
Economic Benefits of Waterless
Urinal Technology
 Purchase price-cheaper to purchase and install
because there is no flus...
Environmental Benefits
 Each waterless urinal can save up to 40,000 gallons a
year. Will become more crucial in the futur...
Aesthetic and Hygienic Benefits
 Touch-free– little chance of bacteria transfer that
exists among manual flushing systems...
Downsides
 Maintenance must be upheld for optimal urinal usage
 3 cartridge changes per year is all that is required
 B...
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Waterless urinals

  1. 1. By Jeremy Levine
  2. 2. About The Jewish National Fund  JNF is non-profit org. established in 1901 as a means to buy and develop land within the Ottoman Empire.  JNF currently maintains its strong support for the autonomous state and is the largest outside supporter to the country.  JNF currently owns 13% of Israel land  Responsible for developing 250,000 acres and established more an 1000 parks across the country  JNF has planted over 240 million trees in Israel.
  3. 3. Current Water Crisis  The Middle East is one of the most arid regions that exists on the globe  Average rainfall in the impoverished region is approx. 1o inches annually  Gainesville, FL-approx. 50 inches annually. Miami-56 inches  Recently, water rationing has been in serious consideration among various countries across the region– including Israel.
  4. 4. Illustration of Water Crisis
  5. 5. The Solution—Waterless Urinals  Water conservation is of the highest importance among Israelis  Introducing waterless urinal technology to Israel is an effective long term solution.  Absolutely water-free; no water valve required  Over 100,000 already established within the US  Average public urinal usage (2 gal/flush) amounts to 40,000 gallons of water used.  Over 55 million urinals world-wide…imagine the opportunities for conservation
  6. 6. YouTube Video
  7. 7. Waterless Urinals-How it Works
  8. 8. F-1000 and F-7000 Waterless Urinal  Notice the lack of water-valve/flusher  Falcon Tech. offers the F-7000 as means for space efficiency where as the F-1000 is a more traditional shape F-1000 F-7000
  9. 9. Economic Benefits of Waterless Urinal Technology  Purchase price-cheaper to purchase and install because there is no flushing mechanism. Installation takes under an hour per urinal. All you need is a drain  Operating costs-save 100% of the water forgone as well as water and sewer charges, both of which are sure to rise in the future  Maintenance costs- No cost associated with stuck valves from wear and vandalism  Reduced drain maintenance due to calcification  Reduced energy cost of transporting water to-and- from urinal
  10. 10. Environmental Benefits  Each waterless urinal can save up to 40,000 gallons a year. Will become more crucial in the future.  Est. 5% of world’s fresh water supply is used to carry away urine  No further water treatment needed; No CO2 emissions from treatment processes  Reduces incidence of water overflow at treatment plants and the environmental cost of cleanup
  11. 11. Aesthetic and Hygienic Benefits  Touch-free– little chance of bacteria transfer that exists among manual flushing systems  No water– means there is no breeding ground for bacteria and viruses.  Scientific studies show that Falcon operated bathrooms contain 5x less bacteria than auto-flush or manually operated bathrooms  No odor–The combination of the airtight cartridge seal and liquid sealant are estimated to be 500-times more effective than conventional P-traps.
  12. 12. Downsides  Maintenance must be upheld for optimal urinal usage  3 cartridge changes per year is all that is required  Backlash from utilities companies.
  13. 13. THE END

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