Sustainability in Architecture

As architects commit to creating a more sustainable and responsible built environment, we deliver products and solutions ensuring our most precious resources are used in a sustainable manner.

Uridan waterless urinals are not just plumbing fixtures, they are powerful tools to help achieve several of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

Clean Water & Sanitation (SDG 6)

Sustainability in architecture includes considerations in the early stages of design – including the selection of materials.  Uridan waterless urinals are engineered to operate without the need for water. By selecting uridan urinals, architects are contributing to SDG 6’s objective of ensuring the availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation. Uridan urinals reduce water consumption, mitigate water scarcity, and improve sanitation for all (particularly where water resources are limited).

Sustainable Cities & Communities (SDG 11)

Uridan urinals are designed with urban sustainability in mind. They create more efficient and Eco-friendly public and private spaces by reducing water use and related infrastructure requirements, contributing to the development of sustainable cities and communities. 

Responsible Consumption & Production (SDG 12)

Uridan waterless urinals promote responsible consumption by reducing the waste of one of our most precious resources – water. Uridan is an example of a design innovation that allows every organisation to contribute to the future by saving water in amenities every day. 

Climate Action (SDG 13)

Every drop of water saved through uridan urinals translates into reduced energy consumption for water treatment and distribution. This aligns with SDG 13’s aim to take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts. 

Architects play a pivotal role in promoting and implementing sustainable design principles. By incorporating uridan waterless urinals into projects, we not only make a statement about our commitment to these goals but also inspire clients and peers to do the same. 

Let’s make a positive impact on the world through sustainable architecture. 


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