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Barclays, Churchill Place, Canary Wharf

As part of a continuing rollout of Propelair technology across the Barclays portfolio, 27 toilets have been installed following the success of a 19-day trial at the Barclaycard Call Centre premises in Kirkby, a high occupancy site. As well as significant improvements in resource efficiency, Propelair is one of the most hygienic toilets available and its design is a significant step change compared to conventional toilets, with better performance, quicker flush and a simple maintenance process, making it the suitable choice for the demands of this high usage site.

Cardiff University

As part of Cardiff Universities initiative to look at their current water consumption across their portfolio, Propelair were engaged to carry out a study of their toilets water usage at their administration building, McKenzie House, Cardiff. Following on from the monitoring and the data recorded, Cardiff University decided to replace all their toilets at McKenzie House with 40 Propelair units. The 40 Propelair toilets installed bring huge environmental and cost saving benefits, annually Cardiff University will save 5,262,400 litres of water equating to over £16k worth of water bill savings.

Grosvenor Estates UK

As part of Grosvenor Estates UK’s initiative to look at their current water consumption across their portfolio, Propelair were engaged to carry out a study of their toilets water usage at their head office at 70 Grosvenor Street, London. Following on from the monitoring and the data recorded, Grosvenor decided to replace all their toilets at Grosvenor Street with 31 Propelair units. Grosvenor estates own a number of properties across central London, making Propelair technology the suitable choice of toilet due to its cost and environmental saving benefits.

London Borough of Redbridge, Lynton House

Propelair was selected by the London Borough of Redbridge to supply 45 units in Lynton House, Ilford. The installation of the water and energy saving toilets was carried out over eight floors and is now complete. The 45 toilets installed across the site save over 5 million litres of water annually which equates to a financial saving of nearly £11K.

McDonald’s Canterbury

9 Propelair units have been installed at McDonald’s St George’s Street, which serves the Whitefriars Shopping Centre in Canterbury. It is open 24 hours and its washrooms are heavily used, so Propelair’s robust design and potential for water saving offered significant appeal. The new toilets have provided the restaurant with substantial environmental and financial benefits.

The Great Hall, King's College London

12 Propelair toilets have been installed in washrooms serving the Great Hall, Maughan Library and Virginia Wolf building at King’s College London’s Strand Campus. The Great Hall is used for a variety of purposes and the washrooms are heavily used on a daily basis. Propelair’s robust design is well-suited to high-usage areas, and the new toilets have provided the University with substantial environmental, financial and hygiene benefits.

The Oracle Shopping Centre

Following on from Oracle’s initiative to look at their current water consumption, Propelair were engaged to carry out a study of their toilets water usage at The Oracle Shopping Centre. From the installation of 15 Propelair 1.5 litre toilets in March 2016, the trial was a success and a further 28 Propelair units have been installed. The Propelair toilet is a suitable choice for this high usage site due to its huge cost saving benefits along with reduced environmental impact and easy maintenance design.

The Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow

Following a successful trial, The Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow has chosen to refurbish all of its public toilets. Propelair technology brings substantial hygiene benefits, alongside increased flush efficiency which has added value by eliminating blockages in extreme high usage areas where issues had previously arisen on a daily basis.

Wates Group, Leatherhead

As part of Project Dove, a major refurbishment of the Leatherhead offices took place in May 2016. Propelair toilets were chosen to replace 27 standard toilets, increasing the buildings energy efficiency and water reduction, helping Wates win the Queen’s Award for Enterprise; Sustainable Development. By replacing the 27 original toilets with Propelair 1.5 litre flush units, Wates can expect to save over 2.6 million litres of water.

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