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Spring into action

An annual spring clean provides the perfect opportunity to rejuvenate a workplace and re-evaluate its cleaning strategy, says George Hand of Office Depot The spring clean has been a tradition in one form or another for centuries. The act of ...

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MOTO helps improve access ‘Up North’

Disabled travellers can venture further afield with the opening of the most northerly Changing Places on the M6. MOTO Hospitality has opened its latest assisted accessible facility, supplied and installed by Closomat, northbound at Southwaite. The room- which gives people ...

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Cistermiser Keraflo aiming for a bigger splash as it declares ‘Our World is Water’

Cistermiser Keraflo, the leading intelligent washroom controls and water efficiency specialist, has unveiled a new brand corporate identity as it gears up for growth with an extended and enhanced product portfolio. The bold new logo styling reflects a dynamic approach ...

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‘Super Pub’ gets ‘Super Loo’!

A new ‘super pub’- believed to be the biggest in the UK- has opened, complete with a ‘super loo’! The 16,500 sq ft Royal Victoria Pavilion in Ramsgate is the result of a £4.5m investment by leading pub chain JD ...

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Washroom optimised 

Formica Group expands the most comprehensive Washroom Collection available  Formica Group has introduced two new sheet sizes to its Formica Washroom Collection, creating the most comprehensive range available on the market. These options reduce fabricator wastage and make it easier ...

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Getting a handle on germ control

    New P-Wave products push the boundaries of washroom hygiene Washroom hygiene specialists, P-Wave has announced the launch of two new patented systems to help reduce the spread of germs from door handles in high risk areas, such as ...

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Wildlife Changing Places

The UK’s largest privately-owned wildlife collection, Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens, has become the latest venue to change its accessibility for the better. The estate in Burford, Oxfordshire has opened a new Changing Places toilet. The facility means that thousands ...

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RBS gets smart

IoT technology offers an opportunity to replace wasteful, unsustainable paper towels with smart hand-dryers that both cut waste and enable FMs to run a more efficient washroom The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced savings of £35,635 in operational ...

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Keep it clean

Amelia Baker of hygiene company Tork explains how connected washrooms are easing the maintenance burden in leisure venues Washroom maintenance can be a major burden for the facilities manager. Manually checking each toilet to ensure that supplies of soap and ...

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Tork EasyCube makes empty dispensers a thing of the past

Tork EasyCube is making life easier for facilities managers in leisure, retail and transport venues all over Europe. And the smart system from global hygiene brand Tork is also making empty soap, had towel and toilet tissue dispensers a thing ...

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