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CASE STUDIES

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Learn how we’ve helped these organisations achieve a
safer and more hygienic work environment

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SAVORTEX® Plays Key Role in Wates Sustainable Redevelopment

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GATWICK AIRPORT

“The SAVORTEX smart hand dryer supported our client, Gatwick Airport’s sustainability strategy.”

 

Dr. Zainab Dangana, Wates Smart Space.

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RBS

"RBS chose to undertake a trial with SAVORTEX as we felt that they had created a product that recognised that investment in resource efficiency also needs to be commercially sustainable.

 

The trial was an overwhelming success and we are expanding this more widely." 

RBS, Head of Estates.

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LABS

“LABTECH invested in SAVORTEX and the adDryer brand to drive energy savings in our washrooms and reduce waste from paper towels. It also allows our business community to reach their customers in a different way and drive revenue.

 

LABTECH, Head of Procurement.

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The Royal College of Psychiatrists improved hand hygiene by 71%

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As part of an extensive refurbishment of its Leatherhead headquarters building in Surrey, the Wates Group opted to replace its current hand drying system with the EcoCurve 550A. By switching to this smart technology, SAVORTEX estimates that the company will make significant cost and energy savings, including 77.10 tonnes of CO2, totalling £14,630 over a seven-year period. 

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THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PSYCHIATRISTS IMPROVED HAND HYGIENE BY 71%

As part of the SAVORTEX® Study with Innovate UK, London's Royal College of Psychiatrists was one of the first to implement the revolutionary technology, and have since seen a 71% increase in sanitisation and achieved a 100% Hand-Hygiene Rating.

Head of Facilities at Royal College of Psychiatrists, said:

 

“We at the Royal College of Psychiatrists are looking at new ways to offer the highest level of hand hygiene standards to create safer working environments for our members of staff and visitors.”

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