Goodwood School, a primary school situated in the rural outskirts of Cambridge, is committed to reducing waste and environmental impact. Their recent project focused on building new ablution blocks that would be both eco-friendly and low-maintenance.
As part of this project, they opted to construct a solar-powered toilet block with seven unisex cubicles.
During the construction process, the school and architect overlooked the provision of hand dryers, and we were called in at the last minute to resolve the issue. The use of paper towels was not a viable option due to environmental concerns and long-term costs, as well as the potential for blockages caused by kids.
The Supreme dri bubble hand dryer has been Quiet Mark accredited, ensuring that it meets strict noise standards without compromising on performance. Two sound / noise level options can be selected at the flick of a switch. Additionally, the hand dryer’s ‘Click and Connect’ system allows for easy installation, maintenance, and replacement, with no need for an electrician. The built-in UV sterilisation and Plasma ION Generator ensures that the air is clean and free of germs and bacteria, providing a safe and healthy environment for students and staff. With these features and a five-year warranty, this hand dryer is the ideal choice for schools.