This white paper explores the adoption of IoT technologies in buildings as well as the business case for adopting smart, connected restroom technology to make for healthy buildings.
Discover how smart restrooms make your building more hygienic. COVID-19 has brought the attention of the world to public health. That’s why it’s more important than ever to provide visitors with clean, hygienic restrooms in healthy buildings. Do your restrooms tell you when they need attention? If not, it’s time to harness the power of smart, connected solutions.
Restrooms are present in every building. They are required by regulation; integral to the functioning of any building; and demanded by visitors to be safe, clean and comfortable.
People visit the restroom three to four times per day on average, touching many commonly used surfaces in the process. This makes restrooms a hotbed for virus transmission. In fact, 89% of workers felt that the washroom is one of the most important areas to improve building hygiene level. A recent Kimberly-Clark Professional survey shows 75% of people think the condition of the washroom reflects the hygiene standards of the rest of the facility. Over the course of the pandemic, the humble restroom has gone from an important but overlooked aspect of the healthy building to the frontline of commercial real estate’s fight against the pandemic.
This free white paper highlights the important and growing role that restrooms are playing in smart and healthy buildings. Smart, connected restrooms can transform properties at a time when janitorial turnover is high and occupant expectations are even higher.