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Sustainability is at the core of BRITA Vivreau’s ethos, with reducing water miles a key objective for BRITA Vivreau and its clients. Not only is water transported by road, creating congestion and pollution, but there is also the issue surrounding glass and plastic packaging waste. Re-using will always be more efficient than recycling and will provide an immediate and dramatic impact on carbon footprint.

Re-using bottles also reduces time spent on making orders and taking deliveries of bottled water, as well as freeing up storage space.

BRITA Vivreau’s mains-fed Table Water Bottling System, dispenses unlimited quantities of purified, chilled, still and sparkling water in house, that can be served in reusable branded Designer glass bottles. The bottles feature an elegant and sophisticated design, made of translucent glass with a subtle hint of blue and are fitted with a specially-designed, one-piece cap to improve hygiene. A specially- designed bottle washing tray is also provided, which means that the bottles can be cleaned in the dishwasher, ready for their next use.

The reusable Designer glass bottles are an ideal way to strengthen a brand where it matters most – in the boardroom, by displaying a logo and carbon footprint message on the bottle.

Makita, the professional power tool manufacturer, entered the commercial cleaning sector in 2016 with two new vacuum machines that join an extensive range of mains and cordless dust extraction units, cordless vacs and air blowers for a wide range of industries from construction to grounds care and property maintenance.

Makita’s extensive knowledge of air flow and vacuum science, coupled with the proven Lithium-Ion battery platform, is integral in the DVC260Z Twin 18v Backpack vacuum cleaner. The technical merits of this vacuum will enhance the performance and productivity of contract cleaning operations in many commercial properties. The DVC260Z is supplied in body-only form for operators to use the batteries from their existing Makita tools.

The Makita DVC260Z backpack vacuum cleaner uses two 18v Li- Ion batteries directly housed on the machine to power the 36v DC Brushless motor, which produces 45watts of suction power with a maximum airflow of 1.5m³/min and maximum sealed suction of 7.1kPa. The HEPA filter can be easily removed for cleaning. The high/ low power selection is positioned on the machine control unit and two 5.0Ah batteries give 60 minutes run time in high mode, and 90 minutes in low mode. Dust bag capacity is a useful 2.0 litres. Weighing just 4.3kg, and supplied with a full brace harness with waist and shoulder belts for ease and comfort, this quiet-running Backpack vacuum has a lightweight 28mm suction hose, telescopic straight pipe with 500-850mm length adjustment, and flexible rubber nozzle ideal for cleaning uneven surfaces. Tweet us @TomorrowsFM

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