Each cubicle in your premises that is likely to be used by females should contain a receptacle for sanitary dressings. This container should have a modesty shute so the contents are not visible when the lid is opened. The container should only be moved and emptied by a registered waste carrier.
Air fresheners should be positioned away from extract fans and opened windows, as should air sterilisers and purifiers. IWSA members offer the latest in air purification technologies in the form of 'Air Steril' - complete odour removal with HPA tested credentials in removing airborne and surface bacteria.
Urinal sanitisers can be either in the form of water-dosers or 'urinal sleeve' systems such as Ureco, Pureco or Urifresh. The deliver an enzyme directly into the urinal outflow cleansing pipework, reducing build-up of uric salts and acids whilst creating an odour-lock to prevent smells coming back in.
Nappies are not classified as controlled waste but legally have to be separated from ‘standard waste’ which can prove a frustrating and complicated chore - IWSA members promise to simplify waste disposal with simple contracts and transparent prices...