How to choose a Sanitary Disposal Service

How to choose a Sanitary Disposal Service from Sanokil

By: Sanokil  20-Sep-2013
Keywords: Sanitary Bins, Sanitary Disposal, Sanitary Units

A modern office, no matter how small, needs a quality sanitary disposal unit in its female washrooms. As most people are now aware, feminine hygiene products should never be flushed down the toilet – they don’t biodegrade easily and can end up in our rivers (environmentally unfriendly) or can block the plumbing (expensive!). Which means that it’s essential that every business provides a safe, convenient alternate method of disposal. So what should you look for? There are three main things to bear in mind when you’re choosing a sanitary disposal bin. 1. How does it work? Some sanitary bins contain a sealed liner and can be disposed of by onsite cleaners. Others require a sanitary bin disposal service to remove the entire unit on a regular basis and replace with a fresh, sanitised bin. In this case, waste is disposed of through a specialist company, expert in contaminated waste treatment. Sanokil’s Sanitary Disposal Units contain extra strong granules. As sanitary towels and tampons are dropped into the bin, they are enveloped in a powerful sterilising vapour, which destroys germs and eliminates unpleasant odours. Containers are regularly exchanged, ensuring your washroom remains sanitary and hygienic. 2. What does it look like? A sanitary waste disposal unit should fit discreetly into your washrooms. Always measure the space you have allotted for your unit to ensure it will fit before you order. Sanokil’s Sanitary Disposal Units are sturdy, slimline and user friendly. They measure 610mm x 170mm x 310mm. 3. What service terms is the company offering? Check with the sanitary bin service to find out how often the units should be serviced. You’re looking for a discreet, reliable and regular service, conducted by professionals. Call Sanokil today on 1800 992 135 to discuss your requirements and how we can help.

Keywords: Sanitary Bins, Sanitary Disposal, Sanitary Units