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Waterblade offers the unique combination of great handwashing with low water consumption. Now fitted to 10’s of thousands of taps in the UK

Saving Water- Typically halving water consumption (5,200 Litres/Tap/Year) Saving Energy- Reducing water heating requirement (240 Kwh/Tap/Year) Under 6 Months Payback- Compatible with most washroom taps, fitted in minutes. UK manufactured to high environmental standard (ISO 14001). Easy to assess for ...

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Staff still concerned their offices aren’t COVID-secure

More than a third of workers (35 per cent) are still concerned their offices aren’t COVID secure, according to new research from Mitie. With COVID-19 restrictions set to end on July 19, more than half (52 per cent) of British ...

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Having being easily and successfully fitted to 10’s of thousands of taps across the UK, you can now purchase ‘Waterblade compatible’ washroom taps, from Methven UK

Waterblade typically halves water consumption from taps, and can reduce whole building consumption by 5%.  To trial Waterblade at your premises, on your existing taps, simply order a sample on our website to fit in minutes and assess. If you ...

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Inclusive conveniences

Richard Braid, MD of Cistermiser looks at ways of balancing inclusivity and practicality when considering gender-neutral washrooms in workplaces and public areas We live in a world that is becoming increasingly inclusive and more aware of the specific and unique ...

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Going Public

Stuart Hands from Tork manufacturer Essity looks at how public washrooms can be configured to ensure that people feel safe; while Paul Swift of hygiene services company Elis, outlines ten simple questions that business can ask themselves to help improve ...

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Washroom Design Company Maxwood Washrooms launches industry-first cubicle door, an inward opening door with 8 second outward emergency access

Movana is an inward opening door that can be opened outwards in 8 seconds in an emergency, the first of its kind. Managing Director, Rolf McMullan said: “The issue of emergency access with inward opening doors has often been the ...

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New All-Party Parliamentary Group to champion Cleaning and Hygiene worker’s rights

The new All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for the cleaning and hygiene sector has been inaugurated to represent the interests of the cleaning and hygiene sector in Parliament and influence MPs, ministers and Government. The British Cleaning Council, which sponsors the ...

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Washroom hygiene remains a barrier for Brits returning to their favourite eateries

After a challenging end to the year, creating healthy spaces and the way we fight germs is still more important than ever before. A recent study, by leading hygiene services provider Citron Hygiene, found that 43 per cent of Brits ...

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Waterblade, Exceptional low flow handwashing

We have developed and soft released our Waterblade Compact, this has a narrower flow at 100m, just 2.4 Litres/minute, and is designed for smaller basins and sensor taps. We are delighted to have secured our first order from RS components ...

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Protecting washroom users with affordable contactless solutions

As facilities managers in businesses across the country search for ways to reduce coronavirus risks in the workplace, T Group Commercial Ltd (TGC) has launched to deliver affordable contactless entry systems and sensor-operated equipment for toilet facilities and washrooms, eliminating ...

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