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purchased), which includes hand soap, hand drying, and toilet tissue dispensers.

With more hand washes than the average 1200ml liquid soap dispenser, the Jangronauts BK039 TFX touch- free dispenser automatically releases soap when hands are placed below it, increasing hygiene levels whilst reducing wastage and mess in the washroom. It turns off automatically when opened and an LED light shows when the battery charge is low. It’s available with a colourful backboard and a wide range of soap options, including fragrance-free foam hand wash, and mild antimicrobial hand wash.

Independent janitorial and cleaning distributor network Jangro is urging all educational establishments to review their handwashing facilities before welcoming pupils back.

With COVID-19 still in general circulation, an enhanced focus on hand hygiene is required to prevent the spread of infection.

Jangro’s innovative Jangronauts range helps children learn the importance of hand hygiene in an engaging and interactive way. Designed especially for kids, the range features four handwashing heroes and informative messaging on a range of washroom dispenser units.

To help promote good hand hygiene behaviour, Jangro offers a free on-loan system (when soap refills are

The Jangronauts handwashing heroes are also the stars of a variety of educational resources on their website, which offers many free downloadable materials including puzzles, stories, posters, handwashing certificates, colouring sheets, games, stickers and more. There is also a free teachers’ pack available to download, offering handwashing ideas to support the National Curriculum for EYFS, KS1, and KS2.

Joanne Gilliard, Jangro CEO, commented: “At Jangro, we have always taken hand hygiene extremely seriously, and believe that healthy hand washing habits should be encouraged from childhood. We created the Jangronauts range to offer a solution that not only provides the equipment and supplies for handwashing practice, but combines these physical appliances with wider engaging and fun learning resources. This way, there is a clear link between classroom learning and practical application.”

Cleaning gets new tech and marketing award programme

LaCerta has announced the Technology & Marketing Awards for anyone working on exciting cleaning, hygiene and facilities management campaigns.

With 12 brand new categories, they will celebrate the inspiring creativity and innovation that can be found throughout the cleaning,

hygiene and FM industries. They will highlight strategic excellence, collaboration and creative thinking.

The awards are sponsored by global hygiene company Vectair Systems and feature a long line-up of high-profile judges from top companies, including Samsung, England Rugby, Nespresso and more.

Categories include ‘Best Digital Campaign’, ‘Best Use of Video’, ‘Best Use of Social Media’, ‘Brand of the Year’, ‘Best PR & Communications Campaign’ and ‘Technology Leader of the Year’. Entries are free and open on Monday 14 September 2020.

In light of COVID-19 and in order to help keep everyone as safe as possible, the finalists and winners will be announced online, through a combination of email, social media and news releases. Both finalists and winners will receive a winner’s logo to add to their personal profiles.

Carly Bishop, Awards Director, said: “Marketing and technology are two exciting areas of our industry that are evolving and developing, and we thought it was about time we had a dedicated awards programme to show the world how professionals in our industry can be creative with cleaning. We’ve all had a tough year in 2020, so we want to reward marketing teams’ hard work and successes.”

The awards are open to individuals, teams or organisations worldwide, and entries need to have been carried out in the last two years. To register interest and be the first to know when entries are open, visit the website below.


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