Green Restrooms Of The Future

The Turner-Roberts Recreation Center in Austin, Texas, is designed to provide year-round activities for children and adults, including senior citizens. The building houses a 7,700-square-foot gymnasium, a full workout area, locker rooms for male and female participants, an arts-and-crafts room, a computer room, a kitchen area, a multi-purpose room, a meeting room, staff offices and a corridor art gallery. However, other features of the complex are less noticeable. The facility has northern and southern exposures to maximize energy savings and …


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One comment on “Green Restrooms Of The Future

  1. Olton Rensch on said:

    We are searching for a hand dryer that will be used at a place of worship. The different models we looked at are a bit to loud. The restrooms are in the back of the hall and when you open the door during the meeting we don’t want to distract any of the members nor the visitors. Any suggestions?

    Thank you,


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