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- Energy-saving thermal storage system: 44 10-foot high, cylindrical tanks, each with water and a cooling coil inside.
- Waterless urinals, which have a special drain fitted with a cartridge full of a liquid less dense than urine, which acts as a seal for odors.
- Lights that automatically dim according to daylight
- Recycled materials used extensively
- Foundation made of slag (reducing concrete use)
- A 4.6 megawatt cogeneration plant.
It was decided not to use building-integrated photovoltaics or wind turbines as they were not cost-effective.
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- One Bryant Park: thermal storage, waterless urinals and more, SmartPlanet, October 31, 2011.