To ensure the health and safety of building occupants while having a positive impact on the environment; specifications and maintenance of restroom fixtures must include the best solution for the disposal of menstrual hygiene  products.

 

Create a Safer, Healthier Restroom

  • Best Practices: Preventative method with proven effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Follow Universal Precautions: In all settings, assume blood and bodily fluids may carry hepatitis viruses,HIV other blood borne infections.
  • Minimize exposure: Conceal potentially harmful contents in leak proof, sealable plastic bag.
  • Reduce cross-contamination: Diminish surface soiling.
  • Low touch system: Interleaved bags for one-touch dispensing.
  • Exceed OSHA expectation: Provide maximum protection for cleaning crew from direct contact with discarded product and contaminated surfaces.
  • Cleaning chemicals: Less germicide required to clean disposal unit.
  • Manufactured with a minimum of 20% recycled plastic materials

Conserve Water and Reduce Debris in the Wastewater Stream

                             


  • Better Practices: Reroute the disposal of feminine care products and personal care wipes from the wastewater stream to solid waste to solid waste stream.
  • The only thing you should ever flush down a toilet is human waste (urine and feces) and toilet paper
  • Toilet is not a wastebasket: Efficient practices can reduce water usage.
  • Less maintenance of restroom fixtures: Fewer toilet clogs and overflows mean lower maintenance expenses.
  • Protect the plumbing infrastructure and reduce the burden on wastewater treatment systems: Less damage to indoor, municipal sewer systems and sewage plants.
  • Reduce the pollution of waters of the United States: Minimize sanitary sewer overflows and “floatables” (plastic tampon applicators).
  • Decrease solids in septic tanks: Eliminate build up and subsequent groundwater contamination.

Communicate Water Efficiency and Sanitary Practices 

 Complimentary Vinyl Adhesive Sign with Every Dispenser

 

Recycled Materials

 

  • Scensibles Personal Disposal Bags are made with a minimum of 20% recycled pre-consumer materials.
  • Scensibles refill boxes are made of post consumer recycled materials.
  • Scensibles refill boxes can be recycled. (Recycle symbol on box)