The Corona crisis also speeds up development and innovation, as is demonstrated by some of our ambassadors. They introduced new solutions for better health and hygiene or made improvements to already existing products. We list a few examples that contribute to health & hygiene, nearby as well as in developing countries with MADE BLUE.
Today our first products arrived in South Africa. That did take some doing, but we succeeded. We are now looking in how to set up remote training for the local user groups.
Smixin en CWS recently joined the ONE LITRE FOR ONE LITRE program. The Smartwash offers a high-tech and stylish solution for no-touch handwashing, including soaping/drying and providing access to 20.000 litres of clean water and hygiene in developing countries for every install.
Hygiene without access to clean water? What if you can’t even wash your hands? All our ambassadors contribute to access to clean water and hygiene in developing countries by providing as much clean drinking water as possible. Read more…
Many cleaning companies also joined as ambassadors to MADE BLUE. By implementing new technologies, solutions, ways of working… many litres of water are being saved while cleaning offices, airports, factories, schools and hospitals. The water that is no longer needed for cleaning over here, is made available as clean water in countries where this is needed most. Thanks to for example Westerveld, Care, Stoffels Bleijenberg and Blankers Schoon, access to clean water and hygiene is being improved all across the globe.
Our ambassador MERKKWater developed a no-touch dispenser to disinfect hands using a foot pump. Available in white or stainless steel pillar, and fitted with a custom print if you like. Each filling of disinfectant provides 500 litres of clean drinking water.
Arion is known for its Swash solution for hospitals: a hygienic, fast and comfortable solution for washing people without the need to be moved to a shower room. Swash uses washcloths and wipes with a special lotion, which cleanses and protects the skin. The water saved by using Swash, for example in comparison with using a wash bowl, is made available in the same quantities in the countries where it needed most. The Corona crisis has accelerated the roll-out to South Africa, and there is more to come.
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