The music festival season is here – and once again hundreds of thousands of people will be gathering together in the open air to listen to music, have fun – and eat and drink together.
Many festival foodstuffs such as hotdogs, burgers and sandwiches are eaten with the hands which means that hand hygiene is more important than ever.
But facilities at stadiums are notorious for being overcrowded, unhygienic and unpleasant. Long queues inevitably form for the toilet blocks which means that soap, toilet tissue and hand towel supplies may run out during the busy periods between acts.
Long-lasting systems that are quick and easy to top up will help to speed up the queues while also reducing the risk of illnesses that can spread where hand hygiene is neglected.
The Tork Matic® Hand Towel system is highly suitable for use in stadium washrooms since this is a long-lasting system that gives out only one towel at a time. This helps to naturally reduce consumption while also improving hygiene, since each towel is touched only by the user.
Another good option is the Tork Singlefold Hand Towel Dispenser which will provide a good supply of economical zigzag-fold hand towels. The Tork Spray Soap system works well in a stadium since each cartridge offers 3,200 shots per refill. This reduces the number of maintenance checks and prevents the soap supply from running out between maintenance checks.
And the Tork SmartOne® toilet tissue dispenser is also ideal for high-capacity stadium washrooms since it offers single-sheet dispensing which can cut consumption by up to 40 per cent. This reduces both waste and costs along with time spent refilling the unit.
The lockable dispenser prevents pilferage while the sealed casing improves hygiene since it prevents any contamination of the toilet tissue inside.
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