Contributed by The Waterless Company.
According to Kenneth Research, which examines market trends for multiple industries, and investment magazine Marketwatch, worldwide demand for waterless or non-water urinals is expected to grow by more than ten percent in the forecast period from 2022 to 2031. .
Waterless urinals are unlike traditional urinals in that they do not require the use of water to operate effectively.
According to the report, “they help reduce water consumption and also help reduce costs associated with water supply and plumbing.”
As noted in the report, the cost associated with “water supply” often refers to energy. Electricity is used to transport and remove water from homes and facilities. If less water is needed, energy costs are reduced.
As reasons for the increase, the report listed the following:
The development of “green buildings”, where urinals are often installed without water.
There was a growing sense of urgency around the world to save water.
The growing need for cities, countries and governments to save potable water.
Increased interest in water conservation technologies.
Local and state governments encourage and “encourage” the construction of green buildings in their communities.
“Waterless urinals may be the first step in reducing water use,” the researchers concluded.
The report indicated that installation of waterless urinals would grow most significantly in the US, which is “the leading region for waterless urinals in the world by market share.”
The Americas are followed by Latin America, Europe and Asia, which includes India and Australia.
Additionally, the report indicated that the market areas most likely to be installed without water urinals are offices (office buildings), retail facilities, hospitality (hotels, restaurants and bars), healthcare, industrial and educational facilities. Will be
“We view such market trend reports as ‘interesting,’ but not necessarily written in stone,” says Claus Reichardt, CEO and founder of Waterless Company, Inc. America.
“However, since the first of the year, most (no water urinal) manufacturers are reporting an increase in sales. We have every reason to believe this will continue.”