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How Restrooms Can Accommodate
Post-Covid Expectations

Low-flow toilets, sinks and urinals combine low water flow rates with bowl designs that clear the fixtures more efficiently. Restrooms that incorporate sensor-operated fixtures, scheduled flushes, low-flow fixtures, effective housekeeping methods, and waterless urinals indicate to occupants that management has a forward-thinking approach to restroom design.


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Toilet fixtures prior to 1992 used 3-5 gallons per flush (gpf), while newer fixtures require only 1.6 gpf. Newer sink faucets feature rates as low as 0.35 gallons per minute (gpm) using aerators. Urinals should have screens that fit in the urinal and eliminate splash...

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