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09 September 2016 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

Savortex have taken part in a Green Dragon’s Den style competition and have secured a contract to install its new ecosmart hand dryers with construction company Wates.

Some models of the dryers come with a built-in TV screen for advertising and can also be connected via the internet to provide live data on washroom usage which in turn can be used to schedule cleaning operations.

As part of the vetting process, 60 of the staff at Wates were tasked to vote for the best innovations to be rolled out to their suppliers and in their own buildings.

Dr Zainab Dangana, Sustainability R&D Manager at Wates Smart space said: "We are keen to promote the uptake of sustainable technologies so that we can support our customers in constructing low carbon buildings.

“This has seen us launch a series of Green Dragon’s Den competitions to identify energy efficient and waste saving building products.

“The Savortex EcoCurve 550A Smart hand dryer underwent a rigorous process before being selected as a finalist. It has now been installed at Wates’ Head office in Leatherhead and has been recommended to a number of our partners across a range of sectors."

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Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 09 September 2016

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