It seems that there are many things people feel passionate about, especially ways in which we can improve the world so that it can be navigated by all inclusively. Yet, one thing that has probably come as a bit of a surprise topic is that of the public toilet. Namely, who can use what and […]
Here’s our all-encompassing guide on how to set up the perfect commercial washroom, to ensure your customers & staff have a great experience.
Public toilets should be a significant investment for any business or council. They are essential to public health and safety and provide us with the privacy and dignity to take care of our sanitation needs while out of the comforts of our own homes. It is essential, therefore, that when designing these washrooms, facilities managers take into consideration what is necessary for visitors to walk away with a positive experience.
Even before we were hit with the reality of how quickly viruses can spread in the form of a global pandemic, it’s always been the case that poor hand hygiene has many health repercussions. Not only does it help spread disease, but it can also have negative effects on our own bodies, resulting in unpleasant issues such as stomach problems or vomiting.
We accept the inexorable march of technology when it creeps into everyday conveniences, even if it often makes them less convenient.
It is vital that we are aware of the risks when entering and using a public toilet during coronavirus and how we can protect ourselves and others.
Public toilets are some of the most essential facilities in our day-to-day lives, however, designing the perfect washroom services is far from an easy task.
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Washroom services are vital for any businesses. But even the smallest problem can put off prospective clients and customers. So how can you ensure that your washroom services leave the best impression possible?
Washroom services were not always as private, as clean or as efficient as they are now. But how much have they really changed since we started using them?