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SAVE WATER MOVEMENT

Our water supply on the earth is finite, which means that we do not have an endless supply. Ninety - seven percent of all the water on the earth is salt water which is not suitable for drinking. Only three percent of all the water is fresh water, and only one percent is available for drinking water. The other two percent is locked in ice caps and glaciers. With all the people on Earth relying on such a small percentage of all the water on Earth, it only makes sense that we must preserve and conserve our water. Studies have revealed that over 60% of water in commercial premises are flushed down the drains through urinals. It is high time to adopt to water saving technologies to prevent wastage of water through our urinals and toilets.

We have to implement sustainable alternatives to the 'current frenzy of Development and Industrialization' in India which can fulfill the most basic needs of common man - food , water and sanitation.. ICES has initiated "Save Water Movement" as part of our efforts to minimize water wastage through effective implementation of technologies in Sanitation sector. We are employing people for upkeep of these infrastructures thereby satisfying all the three basic needs of a common man.
 
 
 
1, WATER SAVING BIO URINALS
Ideal for new construction, even the existing water consuming urinals can be modified to Water Saving Bio Urinals.

Advanced technology and a unique enzyme activity enables Bio Urinals to reduce organic matter and body wastes, biologically preventing the build-up of waste and scale in pipe work. The exclusive perfumes in the blocks maintain a pleasant environment in the washroom without an overpowering masking effect. Each time the urinal is used a biological cleaning solution is flushed into the pipe work to remove the cause of offensive odor.

Bio Urinals seek out organic wastes and eliminate the source of the most offensive odours. Problem-causing ammoniacal compounds in urine are completely and efficiently broken down by one of the Biological enzymes present.

Odor Synthesis in Conventional Flush Based Urinal:


  • C5H4N4O3
    (Uric Acid)
  • +
  • H20
    (Water)
  • +
  • Urease
    (Catalyst)
  • ->
  • NH3
    (Ammonia)
  • +
  • CO2
    (Carbon-dioxide)



The main cause of odor is Ammonia (NH3) ,the formation of Ammonia occurs when Uric Acid (C5H4N4O3) & Water (H2O) get mixed up. Bio Urinals release the Biological Bacterias which kills the Uric Acid from the Urine and do not let allow urine to convert in to Ammonia thus no Ammonia formation means no Odor, smell & Solid Build up inside the trap line. It keeps drains free-flowing and choke-free.

This product is implemented as a solution to the long lasting problems in Sabarimala, Kerala, as part of the Sabarimala Masterplan, where 80 lakhs litres of water is saved in just 2 months. Moreover a larger percentage of people are happily using the smell free urinals with proper treatment facilities, thereby preventing the spread of diseases caused due to urination in the roads and public places. This product is ideal for schools, colleges, restaurants, convention centres, construction sites, offices etc Reduce your water footprint and let us prevent the "War for Water".




 
 
 
2, WATER FREE URINALS
As the name suggests, this product is 100% Water Free. Every once in a while the evolution of technology makes a quantum leap. This is precisely the case with Water Free Urinals. Forward thinking technology and design innovation has produced a highly engineered Water Free Urinal that is elegantly simple and effective in all aspects.

Advanced Ceramic Bowl
  • Ceramic bowls are made of thick walls to make it shock resistant.These are moulded between the temperature of 1100 – 1200 Degree Celcius with hot and dry mould.
  • Anti bacterial glaze surface coating.
  • Non-sticky surface
  • Bowls are tested for 24 hours to ensure that there are no hairline cracks and leakages.
Catridge ( The Heart )
  • Will act as an odour barrier.
  • Urine enters the catridge through a drain hole in the top, then passes through an elastomeric valve, which then seals shut to provide an odour barrier.
  • The urine then passes through an internal filter and a discharge opening in the bottom of the catrige to the drainage system.
  • Each catridge conserves approximately 40000 litres of water during its normal life cycle.
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