Most people wouldn't describe the bathrooms at a Major League Baseball stadium as innovative. However, innovative may be a word that the New York Mets and their fans can use when talking about the bathrooms at Citi Field.
"The restrooms had to be both durable and sustainable, all while providing game goers the most gracious experience possible with aesthetically pleasing, reliable products," said Kohler's Phil Boggs.
The stadium's bathrooms feature Kohler bathroom faucets and fixtures that not only look better than your average public bathroom, but help to save a lot of water when used by 41,000 fans each game.
Conservative calculations estimate that Kohler’s water-saving faucets and fixtures save one gallon of water per person, per game. Over the course of 81 games with the stadium at 75 percent capacity, Citi Field could save over 2 million gallons of water annually - that’s equal to a lifetime of drinking water for more than 50 people.
While this large-scale project illustrates how much water - and money - can be saved with efficient bathroom faucets, homeowners should know that changing their faucets is one of the easiest ways to make their home more efficient and improve the look as well.
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