Neglect of Public Restrooms on the Rise
According to a survey that tracks attitudes toward restroom facilities, almost 70 per cent report having a particularly unpleasant experience in a public restroom due to...
Blaming Dirty Children ‘an Insult’
Blaming water quality issues at the new Elizabeth Quay water park on dirty children is a "red herring", the West Australian opposition says.
How Rubber Flooring Can Enhance Healthcare Environments
While not an obvious choice as a flooring material from the perspective aesthetics or fashionable trends, rubber possesses significant advantages when to indoor environments where a...
Don’t Touch the Door Handle
We’ve all been there – using our foot, elbow or paper towel to open a public door in a bid to “save” ourselves from infection.
Bathroom Design for Germaphobes
Many of us fear and avoid public bathrooms due to the germ factor.
Healthcare Design to Combat Infection
The focus on infection control and prevention in healthcare design is intensifying.
Jet Hand Dryers Perhaps not as Filthy as Feared
A leading microbiologist has disputed the findings of a recent academic report from the UK claiming that hi-tech jet hand dryers can facilitate the spread of...
Ebola Continues to Rampage Through the Holidays
Western broadsheets are no longer "front paging" Ebola.
Jet Hand Dryers Could Be Hives of Bacteria
Hi-tech hand dryers could facilitate the spread of pathogens in restrooms by sending germs and bacteria flying through the air.