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Public toilets are in ‘crisis’ across the UK

The British Toilet Association (BTA) has called for improved legislation and more Government funding to address the current ‘appalling’ lack of public toilet provision. Public toilets are in ‘crisis’ and rapidly vanishing, it said, with many of those that remain ...

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Mrs Buckét seals deal with Royal Mail in Wales

Since the beginning of lockdown, Mrs Buckét, a specialist cleaning operation for Wales and the South West, has been deployed in Royal Mail’s Swansea and Cardiff depots, working non-stop to keep the area clean. Royal Mail recognised the need for around-the-clock high-quality and in-depth cleaning and sanitation to keep ...

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World Toilet Day 2019 – Ensuring your washrooms are accessible for all

World Toilet Day, 19th November, is an official UN day focused on tackling the global sanitation crisis. Whilst in the UK, it may appear that adequate access to washroom facilities has been achieved, this is not always the case. Washroom ...

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Hillbrush helping Toilet Twinning to flush out poverty

For more than 2.3 billion people, a toilet is a luxury rather than an essential. Hillbrush, manufacturers of all kinds of brushes (including toilet brushes!) has partnered with charity Toilet Twinning to fund 11 toilets around the world. Each toilet ...

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Airport Hygiene: How to prevent airport security from being dirtier than the airport toilets

By Dr. Colm Moore – Area technical manager for Initial Washroom Hygiene With thousands of passengers travelling to hundreds of different countries every day, Airports pose a significant challenge for hygiene management. Air travel has no doubt revolutionised the way ...

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