World Water Day 2021

World Water Day 2021 is a reminder that saving water should be something that we do every day.
Take action now and prepare for life after lockdown with Propelair.

The world is not running out of water: but we are running out of clean water for everyone on earth.

So it is every business’s responsibility to accelerate and invest in water efficient, sustainable transformation, especially in the post-lockdown era.

Sustainability has become more than a buzzword in the last year, when the pandemic highlighted just how urgent the need for change is – and not just from an environmental perspective.

Sustainability has become tied to a better corporate image, customer and staff safety and financial resiliency.

But as the UK prepares to come out of lockdown, commercial property owners, developers, facilities managers and employers are facing an uncertain economy, at the same time as they are grappling with the pressures of being sustainable, reducing financial risk and keeping staff and customers safe.

Any changes they make have to meet three key criteria to ensure long-term resiliency:

  • Cost effective
  • Sustainable
  • Hygienic

Proof of such responsibility in accordance with sustainable practices will play a major role in attracting customers and staff back, and maintaining a trustworthy corporate image.

Perhaps ironically though, the emphasis on good hygiene will also lead to higher water consumption and bills as hand washing and more rigorous cleaning increases.

All this transformation and adjustment could be costly.

Businesses are hesitant to spend large sums of money for renovations right now.

But right now is the right time to make hygienic and water-saving changes in preparation for the end of lockdown. And we propose you do so with Propelair.

No other product is as water-intensive as toilets in an out-of-home building.

It has been specifically designed for out-of-home environments like offices, hospitals and shopping centres, where durability, hygiene, energy and water efficiency are tied to, and just as important as, financial stability.

How Propelair works

Propelair uses 7.5 litres less water than standard toilets and eliminates up to 95% of airborne germs, as well as 99.9% of germs from inside the toilet pan. It also has anti-microbial additives for an extra layer of hygienic safety.

Because it uses so much less water, it lowers bills so much that it pays back in as little as a few months – effectively costing £0.00.

Changing your toilets to Propelair is therefore an affordable, quick, efficient way to reduce your water use, provide hygienic facilities and lower operational costs.

Contact us for more information on how we save you water, energy and money – and how we can ensure your washrooms are hygienic.
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Toilets are the link between sanitation and water efficiency.

This is why we believe UN Sustainable Development Goal 6 can be efficiently and cost-effectively achieved with Propelair’s water-saving toilet.

Propelair is available with a range of funding options and there are even grants available.

Contact us today to discuss how your business can save water, become more financially resilient, and keep employees and customers safe.

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