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Sustainable hygiene


P-Wave explains how their latest innovation can ensure a much more hygienic washroom experience.


Hygiene is perhaps the most important aspect of managing any washroom, particularly when you consider that washrooms are often the first and frequently the last place customers visit. So, making a great impression is crucial.


P-Wave’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Mark Wintle, said: “Randomly splashed urine causes a headache for cleaners, plus a bad smell and a reduction in hygiene standards. That’s why P-Wave has delivered a new angle on splash prevention, coupled with a major step forward in terms of urinal deodorising technology with the launch of its new Slant6 urinal screen.


“As innovators in the air freshening industry, P-Wave has continually raised the bar in terms of urinal screen technology. Our new fifth-generation Slant6 screen is another massive step forward, and its unique angled bristle design keeps walls, floors and trousers dry.”


The Slant6 has the highest ratio of fragrance load to plastic than any other urinal screen, consistently outperforming all other 30-day urinal screens. P-Wave urinal screens are the only range in the UK that feature the anti-splash technology on both sides, so they cannot be installed incorrectly. Slant6 is also smaller than previous screens, fitting more urinals than ever before.


As with all P-Wave urinal screens, billions of beneficial bacteria help deodorise the drain below the surface and the


"We’re passionate about the environment and recognise that we have a social


responsibility to introduce


eco-friendly products to the marketplace."


screens are also compatible with waterless urinals. Slant6 is available in six fragrances: Honeysuckle; Ocean Mist; Mango; Spiced Apple; and the newly introduced Cucumber and Melon, and Cotton Blossom.


Sustainable solutions


While facilities managers need to focus on cleaning, maintenance and hygiene, there is an increasing emphasis on improving the washroom’s environmental sustainability footprint.


Mark continued: “When it comes to waste management, the Slant6 urinal screen can make a valuable contribution. At P-Wave we’re passionate about the environment and recognise that we have a social responsibility to introduce eco-friendly products to the marketplace. There really is no planet B.


“That’s why, despite being the most fragrant on the market, the Slant6 has the lowest plastic content of any premium competing urinal mat. While the product is designed with waste recycling in mind, it also includes an additive ensuring faster biodegradation, should it end up in to landfill.”


Slant6 is fully recyclable but also includes EcoPure, an organic additive that accelerates the biodegradation of traditional plastic products when placed in a biologically active landfill environment. EcoPure manufacturer, US- based Bio-Tec Environmental LLC, claims that according to D5511 test results, EcoPure significantly accelerates the biodegradation process, resulting in safely degraded plastics in a fraction of the time.


Slant6 also reduces the amount of water, chemicals and time taken to clean in and around urinals by significantly eliminating ‘splash’.


Taking the washroom experience to another level, alongside urinal screens, P-Wave also supplies a range of highly fragranced passive and powered air fresheners, including the Scentaura diffuser range, newly introduced under the PW-Aroma brand.


www.p-wave.co.uk


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