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Propelair high-performance toilets help Cornwall cut waste

index-24.phpPropelair (www.propelair.com) has installed two toilets at Cornwall Sustainable Building Trust’s Green Build Hub, a ‘living laboratory’ of eco-build products. Located at the Eden Project, the hub will deliver objective performance data and training programmes.

Fully accredited Propelair exceeds all key environmental standards, producing a powerful, high-performance flush using 1.5 litres of water compared to an average nine, using 84% less water and cutting water bills by up to 60%.

Requiring a fraction of the energy usually needed for water and waste processing, Propelair cuts carbon footprint by an average 80%. The ultra-efficient air flush reduces the spread of germs by 95%, promoting better health for users among the company’s growing list of customers in government, banking and education.

Garry Moore, CEO of Propelair, said: “Water conservation is one of the issues of our time and sustainability is at the heart of everything we do.”

Several organisations and individuals have contributed to creating the Green Build Hub ( http://csbt.org.uk/projects/gbh/collaborators).

For more information visit www.propelair.com


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