urinal


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urinal

urinal (wall hung)
A sanitary fixture equipped with a water supply and drain for flushing away urine.
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Older urinals can use up to 5 gallons, so they present another opportunity for a quick payback.
The person who stood beside be in the urinal was both funny and irritating; brother, you flash was on.
The clip shows the woman using the urinal while standing up.
Urinal Floor Mats are a specialist in toilet & urinal splash-catching technology based in Cumbria.
While hopes remain high that we shall not need to be concerned about the backlash of the urinals in a few years' time, it does not seem likely that your bar next door will feature pee-absorbing carbon nanotube urinals very soon.
Sheriff's spokesman Randy Christian said Wednesday that authorities have been told of a man walking into men's rooms and stealing flush valves and supply lines from urinals.
Wizmark, a Maryland-based company, has developed and is marketing talking urinal cakes.
According to the product's packaging, Lady Elegance P EZ Ladies' Travel female urinal is a funnel-like product which allows females to urinate while standing 'anytime.
Toilet etiquette kicks in," says David, "you don't look left or right when you're using a urinal.
AN environmentally-friendly urinal which never needs to be flushed and has an integrated advertising platform is being sold UK-wide by a North East business.
Laufen, the Swiss manufacturer of luxurious bathroom solutions, has teamed up with French designer Toan Nguyen to introduce a new award-winning, water-saving urinal to its product portfolio.
With high usage of some 150 flushes per day, the average amount of water consumed by a urinal is up to 130,000 litres per year.