The real reason why unisex toilets quietly get changed back to single use Unisex toilets have been making the headlines for some time now. Their installations make for great journalistic headlines. But do they work long term? We’ll share why not but first some background. It wasn’t enlightenment, joy and flags of welcome recently in […]
Toilet Etiquette around the World Visit anywhere new and one of the things that will make or break the experience, and pretty much determine if you’ll be back for a second time, is a trip to use the facilities. Or known as the W.C., washroom, loo, ladies’ (or gents’) or even, in Japan, the ‘ben-jo’, […]
Tips for Seasonal Businesses before Easter opening It’s January and it’s cold, blowy and sunny days seem far away. Indeed some readers may be taking a well earned sunshine break right now before the seasons kicks off in April. This will include seasonal business facilities such as Sports Clubs, Holiday Parks, Golf or Bowling Clubs… […]
Some thoughts on the future of Public Toilets and how much we should pay to use them.
A look into the future and whether self Cleaning Toilets are the stuff of dreams or a viable option in the near future.
You may be amazed at what can appear in your toilet
Christmas is nearly upon us and the toilet or washroom area can be a tricky place to deal with over the festive period – depending on what type of business you have.
Nasal Fatigue is a phrase you probably only find within the washroom industry but we have all experienced it. Most notably when you go into a new location and you can smell what is to you a malodour or bad smell, wet dog, burnt toast, dirty nappies.