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bacteria and illnesses. This technology comes in the form of automatic soap, sanitiser or paper dispensers – which are both more convenient and, by removing the point-of-contact with bacteria-covered surfaces, more hygienic too. They can also ensure that users dispense the correct amount of soap or sanitiser to efficiently cleanse hands, without over- using washroom resources.


By investing in and embracing touch-free technology, facilities managers demonstrate a proactive and convenient approach to hand hygiene, which generally won’t go unnoticed by employees and guests.


As the busy summer period winds down, now is the ideal time for facilities managers to move cleaning to the top of their to-do list. A regular cleaning regime, paired with the necessary deep cleans, will keep areas presentable while preventing the spread of illnesses. High-spec hand hygiene facilities also ensure those using the washroom have the tools they need to keep their hands clean.


However, it’s also important to know when to bring in the experts, who know how to use the right treatment or technology to ensure cleaning happens as quickly, safely and efficiently as possible. With the right planning, processes and partners in place, every facility can become a hygiene haven this September.


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