Okay, maybe it's not the Atlanta Falcons, but at least 220 Falcon Waterfree Technologies' waterfree urinals played a role in providing a fan-friendly environment. This was the first Super Bowl that featured the Falcon waterfree urinals, a good fit for the heavy use within a sports stadium because the units are flushless, odor free, hard to vandalize, don't clog up and eliminate plumbing problems due to continuous running or flushing.

"Our waterless urinals operate on simple principles but represent the industry's most advanced technology," said James Krug, Falcon's president and CEO. "This technology has enabled us to become a global leader in waterfree urinal systems with products in places such as Miami's Dolphin Stadium, Pasadena's Rose Bowl, London's Heathrow Airport and even the Taj Mahal in India."

In addition, the waterfree urinals promote the water conservation goals of the LEED Green Building Rating System™. For example, each waterfree urinal at Dolphin Stadium saves an average of 40,000 gallons of water each year, the equivalent of nearly six full tanker trucks.

"Our products conserve the world's most precious natural resource – water," Krug added. "They provide a blueprint for a greener restroom."

Studies from leading universities and government agencies prove that Falcon's urinals are significantly more hygienic than traditional flush urinals. Maintenance costs also are dramatically reduced.

Falcon Waterfree Technologies, which has offices and partner operations in 32 countries, controls 85% of the global market in waterfree urinals. Falcon Waterfree urinals are in use in many types of commercial and institutional facilities, saving billions of gallons of water each year. The company's advisory board includes former Vice President Al Gore, retired Army Lt. Gen. Donald E. Rosenblum and former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordian. More information on Falcon products can be obtained at www.falconwaterfree.com or by calling 866-275-3718 (toll-free).