Plumbing fixture

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Plumbing fixture

Any of various devices for supplying and holding bathing water and removing human waste; types include basin, bathtub, lavatory, laundry sink, urinal and water closet.

plumbing fixture

A receptacle which receives and discharges water, liquid, or waterborne wastes into a drainage system with which it is connected.
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Montecalvo, who is chairman of selectmen, said plumbing fixtures at his home have also turned red recently, prompting him to call the water company.
DOE estimates that restroom plumbing fixtures account for approximately 60 percent of the total water use in office and administrative buildings; the remaining 40 percent is estimated to be used by heating and cooling systems.
We, the building trade, admit that you, the consumer, is more educated in the area of plumbing fixtures than ever before and it is full time we, the general contractor, builder and plumber, educated ourselves to be able to better describe the products we offer.
Plumbing Fixtures & Fittings (published 04/2006, 373 pages) is available for $4,400 from The Freedonia Group, Inc.
Plumbing Fixtures & Fittings (published 10/2000, 256 pages)is available for $3,700 from The Freedonia Group, Inc.
Earlier, conventional plumbing fixtures were used as they used to be not only affordable but also easily available.
Demand for plumbing fixtures is projected to approach [yen] 40 billion in 2009, driven by strong advances in China's building construction market.
Additionally, the facility uses low-flow plumbing fixtures for water efficiency as well as water efficient landscaping.
Now that plumbing fixtures have been updated and new, "green" paint and cleaning products are in use throughout the building in the place of harsher off-the-shelf chemicals, NYPA is about ready to apply for LEED--Existing Building approval for its headquarters.

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