CASE STUDY: (Not) Making a Splash: Flushometer Solves Hospital's Problem

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Hospitals are often among the cleanest places there are, but Rush University Medical Center in Chicago recently found that a few small changes to its plumbing fixtures could make cleaning a little easier. Click here to read the case study.

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