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11/03/2020 Coronavirus – are you ready?

On New Year’s Eve the first cases of Coronavirus COVID-19 were reported in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China. The Coronavirus organism belongs to a family of viruses, which includes the common cold, as well as SARS and MERS viruses. Despite China’s effective quarantine of Wuhan,

30/01/2020 Let us take you on the Simply Washrooms journey….

I was chatting with a customer recently over a coffee about the importance we place on our service. During our chat they made a very interesting observation ‘we obviously value the service we get from the field team but for us, it’s the whole Simply

11/12/2019 Reducing staff absenteeism this winter

We've started to get a little festive here at Simply Washrooms HQ - the chocolates are out, the tinsel us up, and the distant sound of The Pogues can be heard coming from our warehouse. While December signals a time for festivities, it's also the time

19/09/2019 Simply Washrooms gives back to local hospice

Simply Washrooms commercial director, Samantha Stocks, and sales director, John Shelley, today officially opened St Clare Hospice’s newly refurbished disabled toilet facility with a special cutting of the ‘toilet roll’ ceremony. The renovation project was fully funded by Simply Washrooms and provides residents, day patients, staff

11/09/2019 Sales boost with team growth

Washroom services specialist, Simply Washrooms, has improved its sales support with a new appointment to its sales team. Mike Merriman has joined Simply Washrooms focusing on working with facilities managers and estate teams to improve washroom service facilities across the key commercial sectors he works in.

18/06/2019 Simply Washrooms Elephant Pump is built

We’re excited to see our new well in Manicaland, Zimbabwe has been built and is already providing essential clean drinking water to the local community. Known as an Elephant Pump, the well is a modified version of an age-old Chinese rope pulley system. It has been

16/11/2018 Reduce staff absenteeism this winter

With the colder months upon us, you’re likely to start to see an increase in staff absences. Difficult to manage, it can also lead to an increase in business costs as agency staff are brought in to cover staff shortages. It’s timely to look at your