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13 March 2018

Wildbase Recovery Community Trust

         Construction is well underway for Palmerston North’s Central Energy Trust Wildbase Recovery.  The new centre is dedicated to aid injured wildlife back to health, and facilitates purpose built aviaries and a physiotherapy ward.  The public will be able to visit the birds while they recover before they are released back into the wild. 

The centre has received a lot of support from businesses in the community as well as the Rotary and Lions clubs who have been huge support in fundraising.  $5.6m has been raised so far, leaving them only $100,000 away from reaching their target to complete on budget.  

SPL are proud to support this special cause and were delighted when Susie Elms from Chapple Architecture selected the ‘Supreme Diamond’ Hand Dryer to be installed there…chosen for its compact size, clean lines and ease of operation.

Whats Hot in SPL's Commercial Washroom Range?

Supreme Diamond Hand Dryer

The Supreme Diamond has a unique anodised finish with Diamond cut edges, available in 3 colours: Titanium, Rose Gold and Silver.  This high speed/low energy hand dryer operates with using only 300W to dry hands fast.  

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Xibu Profit Sensor Tap 

Xibu Profi Sensor Taps are a quality, durable tapware range and will compliment any modern, non-touch washroom.  Available in Chrome, Matt or Stainless Steel finish

The Xibu Sensor Tap range is German manufactured and Designed and boasts a collection of Quality, Reliable, Designer tapware that is made to stand the test of time.

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Xibu Sense Foam Soap Dispenser 

SPL’s collection of Xibu Foam Soap Dispensers are  an elegant, sophisticated European design.  With a range of colour options to suit your design, it’s the perfect way to compliment a modern, non-touch washroom.  Matching disinfectant dispensers available.

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In Other Exciting News...




The new Canoe Racing Training Centre officially opened its doors last week at Lake Karapiro, Cambridge.  Some of Canoeing’s top athletes, including Lisa Carrington, were there to celebrate the beginning of a new chapter for the sport.  

The decision was made to move from Auckland to ‘The Town of Champions’ so athletes could utilise resources and facilities that are already established for both Rowing NZ and Cycling NZ, also based in Cambridge.

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